Volume 27, Number 44c, October 30, 2020
 
 
Spartan Orders 32 Piper Trainers
Spartan College of Aeronautics and Technology has purchased 32 new Piper aircraft to expand the training fleet at its Jones […]   Read this article
Eclipse: Yet Another Resurrection
Wonderful airplane, but the original company died because of a fatally flawed business plan. Good luck shaking that off.   Read this article
PAL-V Flying Car Passes Road Tests
PAL-V’s Liberty flying car design has passed its European road admission tests and is now street legal, according to an […] Read this article




Jimmy Stewart Cessna 310 Monument Dedicated
A 1961 Cessna 310F once owned by World War II aviator and movie star James M. (Jimmy) Stewart was dedicated […] Read this article




Great Plains Weather
For some, flying is just braving the traffic pattern or short, local flights. But serious long-distance flying or commercial operations […] Read this article




Boeing’s Third Quarter Results: Brutal
Reporting a 29 percent drop in revenue in the third quarter along with an operating loss of $466 million, it’s […] Read this article




Canada Launches Advanced Air Mobility Consortium
Looking to “accelerate the implementation of electric and hydrogen powered, vertical takeoff flight in Canada,” the Canadian Advanced Air Mobility […] Read this article




Picture of the Week, October 29, 2020
Rob Stegman flies his Cessna 195 over the Mississippi River. Taken with a Canon 60D. Copyrighted photo by Don Parsons. Read this article




Submit Your Photo To Our Picture Of The Week Contest
Submit your photo to our Picture of the Week contest. Read this article