Volume 27, Number 22c, May 29, 2020
Tecnam Introduces Diesel P2010 TDI
For aircraft companies not named Diamond, diesel engines have proved lackluster in the market with avgas engines still the go-to […]   Read this article
SpaceX Launch Scrubbed; On Again Saturday
Spring weather in Florida’s Kennedy Space Center caused the historic SpaceX launch scheduled for this afternoon to be scrubbed. Controllers […]   Read this article
Q1 Aircraft Shipments Down Across All Segments
Aircraft deliveries declined across all segments during the first quarter (Q1) of 2020, according to the quarterly aircraft shipments and […] Read this article

CAAC Grants EHang 216 Commercial Pilot Operation Approval
China-based urban air mobility company EHang has received commercial pilot operation approval from the Civil Aviation Administration of China (CAAC) […] Read this article

Launch Scrubs Are Actually Successes
The much-anticipated first launch of the SpaceX Crew Dragon was scrubbed by weather on Wednesday. Here's why that's a good thing.  Read this article

Boeing To Lay Off 6,770 U.S. Employees
Boeing announced on Wednesday that it will lay off approximately 6,770 employees in the U.S. due to the economic impact […] Read this article

Used Aircraft Guide: Piper Seneca
It’s easy to see why the Piper Seneca after all these years still makes sense as a step-up twin. Arguably, […] Read this article

A400M Achieves Automatic Low-Level Flight Certification
Airbus has announced that its A400M Atlas military transport turboprop has received its automatic low-level flight certification. The certification covers […] Read this article

Picture of the Week, May 28, 2020
U.S. Customs and Border Protection A-Star coming out of inspection. DMAFB, Tucson, AZ. Photo by Hugh Wayne Roberts. Read this article