Do What’s Right (You Can’t Go Wrong)

Common courtesy goes a long way to promoting a positive view of GA.

Why Boeing MAX Coverage Goes On And On (And Why It Should)

Two major hull losses in six months is a big story. So is the story behind it and that's why press coverage is and should be persistent.

A Hanger By Any Other Name

Before you reach for the comment button to autocorrect a perceived misspelling, consider the existential reason we should fight to keep our aircraft protected from the damaging effects of reality.

Stainless Steel Straws And Airplanes

Metal straws are just a green-washing nod to environmentalism. Are electric airplanes the aviation equivalent? Not quite.

Will Boeing Ever Dig Itself Out?

If the file is ever closed on the 737 MAX fiasco, I have to wonder what kind of a grade Boeing will get for its overall handling of the crisis. Anyone vote for an A-minus?

Doing Runway Turnbacks Is One Thing, But Should We Teach Them?

Wanna start a fight? Just start talking about turning back to the runway after an engine crump. It's high time we start equipping pilots to argue about this.

LAX 24L: A Runway With A Tragic History

You may recall this 1991 accident. But you may not know how many lives it touched and how many it saved for the changes put in place to prevent a recurrence.

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.

Sometimes Old Technology Is Appropriate

It can be hard to improve on some things that just work and the Air Force is coming to that realization with some of its legacy aircraft.

Aero Blog: Daher On A Roll And Are Electrics Real?

300 knots in a TBM is real enough, I'll tell ya that. They said they'd let me fly one soon.

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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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