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AVweb Classic: Reviewing The Cirrus CAPS Record

The Cirrus line of aircraft have been flying for 20 years and although most people in aviation know they have full aircraft...
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Best Of The Web: Pilot Sucked Out Of Airplane

A YouTube video widely derided as a pilot faking an engine failure so he could bail out of his stricken airplane was...
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Best Of The Web: Postcrash Advice On Survival Gear

Last November, Maxime Compagnon crashed his Zlin Aviation Savage Cruiser in the Austrian Alps after encountering an unseen cable at 9700 feet....
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Why Electric Airplanes Face Such A Tough Haul: Joby Edition

Electric airplanes are coming at us a mile a minute with claims that seem to defy the laws of physics and maybe...
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How the Webb Space Telescope Will Unlimber Itself

If all goes as planned, the world's most ambitious telescope—not just space telescope but any telescope—will launch this week on an Arianspace...
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KITPLANES Video: Learn To Love Step Drilling

Even if you're not building an airplane, you probably have need to bore holes in metal from time to time. In this...
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Mountain Touring By Paraglider

Editor's note: Last week, my friend David Shelton shot this spectacular video of mountain paragliding in Mexico. Tapalpa is in Mexico's Sierra...
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Best Of The Web: Real World Engine Failure And Turnback

From the One-More-Time-But-With-Pictures file comes this week’s Best of the Web video. It was posted by Cessna Centurion owner Edward Frye earlier...
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Why Light Sport Airplanes Suffer So Many Crashes

Light sport airplanes were supposed to be a cheaper alternative to certified aircraft and they are. But AVweb's look at the accident...
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DeLand Sport Showcase: Simulator To Go

It's always nice to see someone trying something new to make aviation affordable. That's exactly what Navy veteran Andres Velarde is doing...

Gen. Charles McGee: A Remembrance

Gen. Charles McGee of the famed Tuskegee Airman died last week at 102. As anyone who met him will recall, he led a long life of dignified, quiet heroism.

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AVweb Classic: Reviewing The Cirrus CAPS Record

The Cirrus line of aircraft have been flying for 20 years and although most people in aviation know they have full aircraft...