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There Will Be Mud

And you'll have to land and take off on it in that indeterminate season between snow-locked runways and the freshly mowed scents of summer. Proceed confidently, if sloppily.

10,000 Hours In A Mustang

Legendary P-51 guru Lee Lauderback hit the remarkable milestone of 10,000 hours in the Mustang during Sun n Fun and is being inducted into the Florida Aviation Hall of Fame.

CFIs Urged To Get Uncomfortable

The Society of Aviation and Flight Educators (SAFE) is challenging CFIs young and old to sharpen their own hand flying skills to pass that knowledge along to students.

MAX Software Fix Soon: Boeing, FAA

Boeing and the FAA say they expect to finish a software and training update for the 737 MAX series of aircraft shortly.

Helicopters Evacuate 476 Cruise Passengers Off Norway (Updated)

One of the largest civilian helicopter rescue operations ever undertaken ended Sunday when the crew of a foundering cruise ship managed to restore power and sail to a nearby port.

Commuter Jet Landed On Infield

The NTSB says a United Express Embraer 145 that ended up off the runway at Presque Isle, Maine, in early March also started there.

Planes Collide In Setting Sun

A low setting sun may have been a factor in a runway collision between a T-28 Trojan warbird and a Cessna 172 at Compton Woodley Airport near Los Angeles on Wednesday.

Sully Slams Flight 302 FO Experience

Flight 1549 Capt. Chesley Sullenberger has weighed in on the MAX 8 discussion but from a crew training and experience perspective.

Teen Pilot Seeks Age Exemption

A California teenager has petitioned the FAA to exempt him from its minimum age requirements so he can set some records.

Pilots Praised In U Of M Runway Overrun

The NTSB says an Ameristar Charters MD-83 crew did everything right and likely saved their lives and those of 110 team members and supporters of the University of Michigan basketball team when the aircraft overran the runway at Ypsilanti Airport near Detroit last March.

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Two Tragic Accidents And We’re Arguing About Sim Time?

You'd think Boeing would try belt and suspenders this time. But for the revised MAX, it wants to again try what already didn't work.

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