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U.S. Airline Aircraft Sales Boom

Orders for long-lasting U.S. manufactured goods posted their biggest gain on record in July on strong overseas demand for aircraft, and the underlying trend also remained firm, pointing to brisk economic growth.

Video: BendixKing AeroVue Integrated Avionics

BendixKing has a new integrated avionics suite for the turboprop market. The AeroVue, which trickles down from advanced avionics found in transport category and business jets, is a three-screen system with autopilot, dual AHRS, cursor-control device (CCD), plus cabin internet connectivity. In this video, Aviation Consumer's Larry Anglisano takes a look at the system in BendixKing's King Air, which was on display at AirVenture 2014 in Oshkosh, Wisconsin.

The Midwest is Awash in E0 Mogas

Still, it's hard to find it on an airport.

Diamond DA20 Review

Diamond found success with the DA20 as a basic trainer and as an inexpensive, owner-flown fun flyer that's fast enough to fly the occasional cross country, albeit in VFR conditions only.

The Murky World of Avgas Prices

We're assuming unleaded avgas will be more expensive than 100LL. But what if more companies enter the market and increase competition? Or maybe the tooth fairy will leave a gas card under your pillow.

Video: How Continental Builds Diesel Engines

A year ago, Continental Motors invested heavily in aircraft diesel technology when it bought the former Thielert works in St. Egidien, Germany. AVweb's Paul Bertorelli recently visited the plant and prepared this detailed video on how the engines are made.

ADS-B: Does It Sharpen the Have and Have Not of Aviation?

The FAA and the alphabets are getting a little nervous about how ADS-B Out seems to be such a non-starter for many owners. No kidding.

New This Week

AVweb's weekly review of what's going on in aviation turned up news that Power Flow had broken its own record for sales of Tuned Exhaust Systems at AirVenture, Oxygen to Go, LLC and its founder Dr. Brent Blue were recognized by Delta Air Lines for significant contributions to persons with disabilities, the NTSB has proposed changes to its investigative procedures, and Bell Helicopter is about to deliver its 200th Model 429.

Guest Blog: EAA on Hangar Policy

EAA's Sean Elliott explains how homebuilding got a temporary short shrift from the FAA.

New This Week

AVweb's weekly review of what's happening in aviation found everything from a flight program for young cancer survivors through new Hartzell props for the world's fastest turboprop to the newest recipient of the EAA's August Raspet Award and an NTSB training program in emergency communications.

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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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How Daher Builds the TBM Turboprop

Daher's factory in Tarbes, France, is one of the most modern aerospace facilities in the world. In this long-form video, AVweb explains...