Volume 28, Number 48c, November 26, 2021
Tecnam P2010 TDI Earns FAA Certification
Tecnam’s single-engine P2010 TDI has received its FAA type certificate, the company announced on Wednesday. The four-seat TDI, a Jet A-1/diesel version of the avgas-burning P2010, is powered by the 170-HP, dual FADEC-controlled Continental CD-170 engine. It comes equipped with[…]   Read this article
Airbus Delivers First Naval Combat H225M
Airbus Helicopters announced on Wednesday that it has handed over the first H225M helicopter configured for naval combat. The aircraft, which was delivered to the Brazilian Navy, will be stationed at the naval base in São Pedro d’Aldeia. According to[…]   Read this article
NASA Supersonic X-Plane Stands Alone
NASA and Lockheed Martin have removed the X-59 Quiet SuperSonic Technology (QueSST) research aircraft from its jig system and are moving toward final assembly, according to a recent announcement from NASA. Part of the agency’s low-boom flight demonstration mission, the[…] Read this article

Buying Used: Sonex & Waiex
The word that comes up most often when talking to Sonex owners is “fun.” Designed as a recreational flyer, the two-seat Sonex is easy to transition to and simple to handle, while still leaving room for pilots who want a[…] Read this article

DOD Establishes New Unidentified Aerial Phenomena Identification Group
The U.S. Department of Defense (DOD) announced on Tuesday that it has established the Airborne Object Identification and Management Synchronization Group (AOIMSG) to succeed the Navy’s Unidentified Aerial Phenomena (UAP) Task Force. The AOIMSG was formed to “address the challenges[…] Read this article

ATP, Pratt & Whitney Collaborate On Interactive Technical Manual Launch
Aviation software solutions and information services provider ATP has announced that it will be collaborating with Pratt & Whitney Canada for the launch of its new Interactive Electronic Technical Manuals (IETMs). According to ATP, the launch will focus primarily on[…] Read this article