Volume 27, Number 42a, October 12, 2020
 
 
Sully Says MAX Needs More Fixes
Flight 1549 Capt. Chesley Sullenberger says he’ll fly on the recertified Boeing 737 MAX but he wants to see improvements […]   Read this article
Airport Derelicts Offer High Hopes In Low Times
Lots of things sustain airports of various sizes and ilks. Reality is not necessarily one of them.   Read this article
Cub Shadows
A little fun this week. I shot this video in honor of two friends struggling through a difficult time. I […] Read this article




AD Affects Thousands Of Cessna Singles
The FAA issued its final rule on an AD affecting 14,653 Cessna singles in the U.S. and probably at least […] Read this article




Poll: Will You Attend NBAA Virtual BACE?
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Plastic Barriers Nixed In Aircraft Cabins
Aircraft manufacturers have agreed that 7-Eleven style Plexiglas barriers won’t work to reduce the spread of germs on airliners and […] Read this article




Airbus Expands Flapping Wings Test
Airbus continues to test wing extensions that “flap” in response to rough air and mimic the way an albatross essentially […] Read this article




National Center For The Advancement Of Aviation Legislation Introduced
A bill to create a National Center for the Advancement of Aviation (NCAA) was introduced in the U.S. House of […] Read this article




Dog Disrupts Airport For 12 Hours
A rescue dog now enjoying its new life in Canada likely owes that life to COVID-19 after it got loose […] Read this article




Top Letters And Comments, October 9, 2020
This week's letters brought comments from readers about taildraggers, engine failures and the FAA Administrator flying the Boeing 737 MAX. Read this article




Industry Round-up, October 9, 2020
AVweb’s news roundup this week uncovered reports on a lithium-ion battery STC kit for PC-12s, UAS training and education for […] Read this article