Volume 27, Number 12c, March 20, 2020
 
 
Textron To Furlough U.S. Employees
Textron Aviation announced on Wednesday that it plans to implement four-week furloughs for “most” of its U.S-based employees as part […]   Read this article
Airlines Want A Bailout
We've seen this movie twice before. And the third time around, the ending will be the same whether we like it or not.   Read this article
McCarran Tower Closed After Controller Tests Positive For Coronavirus
The tower at Las Vegas, Nevada’s McCarran International Airport (LAS) has been temporarily closed after an air traffic controller “presumptively” […] Read this article




Astronaut Al Worden Passes Away
NASA astronaut Alfred “Al” Worden passed away on Wednesday at the age of 88. Worden was the command module pilot […] Read this article




Boeing Calls For Support For Aerospace Manufacturers
Boeing is calling for the U.S. government to provide a minimum of $60 billion in “access to public and private […] Read this article




Icon's Reality Check: Demand is Elusive
When Icon came out of the ground in 2008, it proposed the A5, a sporty amphibious light sport airplane that […] Read this article




SLC Evacuated After Earthquake (Updated)
The air traffic control tower, terminals and concourses at Utah’s Salt Lake City International Airport (SLC) were evacuated following a […] Read this article




Qantas Stands Down Employees, Suspends International Flights
Australian carrier Qantas has announced that it will stand down two-thirds of its 30,000 employees until at least the end […] Read this article




Airbus Pauses Production In France And Spain
Airbus has announced that it will halt production and assembly activities at its facilities in France and Spain for four […] Read this article




Picture of the Week, March 19, 2020
Taking off out of Longyearbyen, Svalbard. Photo by Peter Grey. Read this article




Submit Your Photo To Our Picture Of The Week Contest
Submit your photo to our Picture of the Week contest. Read this article