Volume 28, Number 14b, March 31, 2021
Southwest Keeps Boeing
Despite rumors indicating that Southwest Airlines was considering alternatives to the 737, the only aircraft type it operates, the Dallas-based […]   Read this article
SpaceX Loses Starship SN11
Elon Musk’s SpaceX continues to test its unmanned Starship, with SN11 launching from a foggy Texas tower this morning. As […]   Read this article
Daher Introduces Kodiak 100 Series III
Daher officially unveiled the newest version of the Kodiak 100 single-engine utility turboprop on Monday. The float-ready Kodiak 100 Series […] Read this article

Cessna SkyCourier Certification Accelerating
Cessna’s SkyCourier program has benefited from a third test aircraft joining the test fleet late in 2020. Among them, the […] Read this article

The Future of Experimental Aircraft
For the general public, the idea of constructing your own airplane, with your own hands, in your own space, is borderline fantastical. To them, it seems crazy that you can do it at all, and would seem even crazier if they understood that we’ve been doing just that fantastical thing for almost seven decades. Read this article

Piper To Attend Sun ‘N Fun
Piper Aircraft has announced that it plans to put in an appearance at this year’s Sun ‘n Fun Aerospace Expo. […] Read this article

KITPLANES Metal Magic: All About Clecos
Beginning this month, AVweb sister publication KITPLANES is launching a new series about how to work with metal in building […] Read this article

Yes, I'm Going To Sun 'n Fun
Another year of cancellation isn't warranted. It's going forward and it deserves coverage. If you see me there, flag me down ... from a distance. Read this article

Short Final: Beep The Horn
Soon after getting my PPL I took my parents for a ride in a C172. The flight from El Monte, […] 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