Volume 27, Number 4b, January 22, 2020
Pipistrel Ramps Up Electric Aircraft Production
Although electric airplanes haven’t gained traction in the U.S., Slovenia-based Pipistrel is doing a brisk business selling them to the […]   Read this article
Boeing Could Fly 777X This Week
Announcing the possible first flight of the 777X this week, Boeing proves that even while it breaks in a new […]   Read this article
Boeing’s New CEO Under Pressure From USAF
The Air Force’s chief of staff warned new CEO David Calhoun that the 737 MAX isn’t the only item on […] Read this article

FAI World Air Games Canceled
Originally scheduled for fall 2022 in Turkey, the next edition of the FAI World Air Games has been canceled and […] Read this article

PS Engineering Introduces PAC45D
PS Engineering unveiled a new dual control head for its PAC45 Special Mission Digital Audio Control System on Tuesday. The […] Read this article

Osprey Variant Completes First Flight
The CMV-22B, a variant of the V-22 Osprey tiltrotor built by Boeing and Bell Textron, successfully completed its first flight […] Read this article

It's Raining Kerosene? Or Why 1950s Kids Had So Much More Fun.
If that jet had dumped Jet A on my childhood street, it would have been play time. And our parents would have blamed us for it. Read this article

Short Final: Souls On Board
Thankfully, I have never had to respond to those foreboding words from ATC: “… say souls on board.” However, I […] Read this article

General Aviation Accident Bulletin
AVweb’s General Aviation Accident Bulletin is taken from the pages of our sister publication, Aviation Safety magazine. All the reports […] Read this article