Volume 26, Number 37a
September 16, 2019
 
 
tailBeacon Gets STC
uAvionix has begun shipping tailBeacon ADS-B Out units after receiving STC approval for the device. The company announced the approval […]   Read this article
What Has Man Wrought?
Or at least the ones—women, too—who design modern avionics. Which is to say I'm keeping my dual-EFIS Cub.   Read this article
Flight Trial: AeroVonics Innovative Electronic Gyros
A new startup called AeroVonics rolled out the most innovative panel-mount electronic displays we’ve seen in quite some time. In […]   Read this article
AOPA Opposes Piper Fuel Selector AD
AOPA has written the FAA urging it to hold off on mandating an expensive fix for older Pipers that pilots […] Read this article




Coffee Spill Sparks Mid-Atlantic Diversion
For the want of an appropriately sized paper coffee cup and lid (sorry, Ben), likely tens of thousands of dollars […] Read this article




Embraer Delivers First E195-E2
Embraer delivered the first of its new E195-E2 passenger jets to aircraft leasing company AerCap and Brazilian airline Azul Linhas […] Read this article




Travolta's 707 Donation Flight Delayed
John Travolta’s Boeing 707 is the gift that keeps on taking and he likely won’t be making a farewell trip […] Read this article




Podcast: 90 Years Of Introducing Women To Aviation: 99s Press On
Although trying to entice more women into aviation seems like a fairly recent thing, the Ninety-Nines, founded by Amelia Earhart […] Read this article




Poll: Was Your Flying Directly Impacted by the 9/11 Attacks?
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Top Letters And Comments, September 13, 2019
This week's letters brought comments from readers about relief flights to the Bahamas and remembering 9/11. Read this article




Picture of the Week, September 12, 2019
I shot this photo at Tobin Harbor on the Isle Royale National Park, MI. I fly for Royale Seaplanes and fly into the Isle Royale National Park 3 or 4 times a day with the DHC-2 dropping off hikers and folks who want to stay at the Lodge. Truly a wonderful summer job! Photo by John Adamson. Read this article