Volume 27, Number 7b, February 12, 2020
DOT: The FAA Failed On Southwest Oversight
In a stinging report, the DOT has criticized the FAA for lax oversight of Southwest Airlines, saying, in part, that […]   Read this article
Superior Settles One XP-400 Lawsuit (Updated)
Superior Air Parts has settled the lawsuit stemming from a 2016 crash of a Van’s RV-8A experimental following catastrophic failure […]   Read this article
New CEO For Women In Aviation: Allison McKay
Women in Aviation International has a new CEO starting this month. Allison McKay, formerly the VP at the Helicopter Association […] Read this article

Airbus Unveils Blended Wing Demonstrator
Airbus officially introduced its Model Aircraft for Validation and Experimentation of Robust Innovative Controls (MAVERIC) blended wing body technological demonstrator […] Read this article

Best Of The Web: How Merlins Were Built
Anyone who has visited Oshkosh has heard the unique exhaust song of the Rolls-Royce Merlin. Nearly 150,000 of these iconic […] Read this article

Collins Aerospace Opens Innovation Hub
Collins Aerospace Systems announced the opening of its new 10,000-square-foot Singapore Innovation Hub near Singapore Changi Airport (SIN) on Monday. […] Read this article

Of Mice And Men Who Hate Them
One pilot’s futile quest for detente with the rodent world. Warning: There will be blood.  Read this article

Replacement Cessna Hinges Could Be Defective: McFarlane
McFarlane Aviation, which provides a host of replacement parts for Cessna aircraft, has released Service Bulletin SB-10, Revision A, warning […] Read this article

Podcast: Flying Musicians Association
Flying Musicians Association co-founder, CEO and president John Zapp sat down with AVweb to talk about how aviation and music […] Read this article