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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.

Consumer Choice May Extend To Airliners

It’s interesting to watch the thrust and parry that goes on at events like the Paris Air Show because there is no industry I can think of that is more detached from its customers.

Uber Elevate: Pick A Fantasy

At its third conference, Uber Elevate sketched a future that's hard to believe. But sooner or later, some version of it is coming.

Air Tour Risk: We Can’t Make It Go Away

We should never stop trying to reduce risk in aviation, but if you want to buzz glaciers and gawk whales, sign the waiver.

Normandy: The Eyes of the World

That Normandy as a hallowed place and D-Day as a seminal event live on in the memories of so many is due in part because so many of those eyes—of mothers, fathers, sons, brothers, sisters and wives—knew what lay ahead. In today's blog, we recall how the home front learned of the invasion.

That’s All, Palimpsest

The D-Day invasion had millions of moving parts, many of them human. In today's blog, Paul Berge recalls what his Dad did during the war.

So Long, Sebring

Sebring's Sport Aviation Expo is no more. But kudos to the city for sustaining it for 15 years in a difficult market.

The Desanctification of AoA

Because I lack the common decency to avoid saying I told you so, this is an I-told-you-so blog. Well, sort of, because what I thought or maybe predicted would happen didn’t happen. At least not in the way I might have imagined.

Some Myths Just Dont Fly

But one that does is that some people will toss wet cement on your dreams of being an aviator. Just get a higher-limit VISA and ignore them.

Pipistrel’s Electric Future

The innovative Slovenian company is out in front on commercial electric airplanes and will soon reveal its idea for Ubers air taxi.

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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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