Volume 28, Number 12a, March 15, 2021
Pandemic Passenger Record Set As Travel Bug Hits
As the world makes progress against the COVID-19 bug, people are getting the travel bug. The New York Times is […]   Read this article
Poll: Post Pandemic, Will There Be a Real Pilot Shortage Again?
With the end of the pandemic in sight--we hope--this week's poll asks if you think the pilot shortage will return one people start flying again.   Read this article
Best Of The Web: The Golden Hour On The Continental Divide
In December 2020, we profiled photographer Steve Zimmermann, who specializes in aerial imagery in and around the mountain west. In […] Read this article

Guest Blog: Why Helicopters Get Away With Running Scud
Scud run is a loaded term, but that's what helicopters do routinely because they can. Today's blog explains why. And why it's not risk free. Read this article

NBAA, AOPA Press Authorities On GPS Jamming
AOPA and NBAA say the FAA and the U.S. Air Force need to figure out how to minimize the effects […] Read this article

Airline Plans Electric Passenger Flights In 2026
Norwegian airline Wideroe says it will offer scheduled service using electric aircraft by 2026 and expects to be emissions-free on […] Read this article

Air Force Testing Starlink Internet On Aircraft
SpaceX has caught the eye of the U.S. Air Force and not because of the occasionally explosive nature of its […] Read this article

Senate Resolution Would Promote Aviation Gender Parity
The week that includes International Women’s Day (March 8) has become an international effort focused on getting more women involved […] Read this article

Top Letters And Comments, March 12, 2020
This week's letters brought comments from readers about electric aircraft, a possible pilot shortage and SpaceX's Mars plans. Read this article