AVweb Podcast: Monday, May 15, 2006

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The FAA's 2007 budget may introduce "tough medicine" for GA that would cut funding to 2,500 airports; the DOT Inspector General wants a closer look at Lockheed's management of Flight Services following a half-billion dollar reduction in projected savings; RNP technology eases complex instrument approaches; English meets challenges as official language of flight; virtual radar for your pilot; a Sun 'n Fun crash widow settles her lawsuit; a Top Gun belly-lands a perfectly functional F-86; a Tornado nearly obliterates a glider; jumbo jets may become fire bombers; and new airplanes are coming from far-off lands. Hear these stories and more in today's podcast.