707 Crash Kills 15 »

707 Crash Kills 15

Fifteen people died when a Boeing 707 cargo plane overran the runway in bad weather at Fath Airport in Karaj, near Tehran, went through a perimeter fence and buried its nose in a house.

More

New Flight Deck Features For Cessna, Beechcraft Models »

New Flight Deck Features For Cessna, Beechcraft Models

Textron Aviation has announced that it will be offering improved flight deck capabilities for 2019 Cessna and Beechcraft piston models. According to the company, the upgraded features include new standard and optional equipment as part of Garmin’s G1000 NXi next-generation flight deck and are designed to provide “enhanced control and connectivity in the cockpit.”

More

More News

FAA To Propose Relaxing Drone Rules »

The FAA is proposing relaxing rules for flying drones over people and at night. The FAA released a draft of the Notice of Proposed Rulemaking Monday. The NPRM will be published in the Federal... More

Sick Calls Close TSA Checkpoints »

The Transportation Security Administration is warning that there could be more security checkpoint closures and longer lines at the screening points that are open after at least two closures over... More

Shutdown Delays Navigation Update »

The government shutdown is delaying an urgent update of the World Magnetic Model, the underlying basis for all modern navigation systems, and those systems are in danger of becoming unacceptably... More

MiG-23 For Sale In Texas »

You don’t have to join the Air Force and wait for the next generation of supersonic business jets to fly a Mach-busting jet. The only flying MiG-23 in the U.S. is for sale in Texas and it can... More

SpaceX Laying Off 10 Percent Of Staff »

After celebrating a series of successful launches, including the final shipment of Iridium satellites to low earth orbit last week, SpaceX has announced it’s laying off about 10 percent of its... More

Pizzas Across The Border For Controllers »

In a show of solidarity with their unpaid U.S. counterparts, Canadian air traffic controllers ordered pizza for FAA controllers at facilities across the U.S. over the weekend. More

Boeing-Embraer Deal Approved »

Boeing and Embraer now have all the approvals they need to move forward with two joint ventures that will change the commercial and perhaps military aircraft market. Boeing will take over 80... More

NATCA Sues Federal Government »

The National Air Traffic Controllers Association (NATCA) has filed a lawsuit against the U.S. government alleging that NATCA members had been “unlawfully deprived […] of their earned... More

 

Features:

Assessing Red Line Weather

Assessing Red Line Weather »

Few weather phenomena are truly a “red line” that cannot be safely flown. Is the cold front one? More

Features:

Flying For Money

Flying For Money »

What challenges does a Part 91 pilot face when transitioning to commercial operations under Part 135? More

Features

Press Releases

Cirrus Unveils G2 Vision Jet with True Blue Power Batteries

True Blue Power intelligent batteries, inverters and Mid-Continent Instruments and Avionics Standby Attitude Module (SAM(R)) are standard equipment on the Generation 2 Personal Jet.

Favendo takes passengers to their destination at Germany's largest international airport

Location-based services specialist Favendo has implemented a BLE sensor infrastructure in terminals one and two at Frankfurt Airport for FRAPORT AG. In addition, the company developed and provided the positioning and navigation software for the Frankfurt Airport App.

Airspace inquiry takes off.

Concerns over the design of the aviation skies above Britain were raised during the first Oral hearing session of an inquiry commissioned by the All-Party Parliamentary Group on General Aviation (APPG-GA).