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?
Each week, we poll the savviest aviators on the World Wide Web (that's you) on a topic of interest to the flying community. Share your opinion by participating in our current poll. Read this article




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




Air Force Tests Robot Pilot
The Air Force has flown a Cessna 206 with a robotic pilot it says can essentially turn an aircraft into […] Read this article