The FAA's Anthony J. Broderick Talks About the Bob Hoover Affair »

Shortly after legendary airshow pilot Bob Hoover got his U.S. medical back, AVIATION CONSUMER sent its legal affairs editor Scott Dyer to interview Anthony J. Broderick, the FAA's chief of regulation and certification, about the FAA's role in the Hoover affair. Broderick was joined by FAA medical expert William Hark, M.D., and FAA attorney Susan Caron, Esq. Here's a transcript of that in-depth interview. More

Is Alaska Flying Dangerous? »

The NTSB says flying in Alaska is two to five times more dangerous than in the lower 48. Here's one veteran Alaska bush pilot's analysis. More

Training at FlightSafety »

One pilot's quest for multi-engine proficiency, in which your humble editor gets religion. More

My Big Deal: A Pilot's Tale »

AVweb's editor recounts an incident in 1990 when an ATC operational error nearly ended his flying career. More