AMT Shortage Resisted Through Early Education Lincoln North Star High School and community members in Lincoln, Nebraska, celebrated a brand-new $5.4 million hangar-style addition to… Read More »Duncan Aviation Supports Local Students
Air Traffic Controllers (ATCs) rely heavily on maintaining situational awareness, a mental picture of the airspace they manage. This includes the position, speed, and altitude… Read More »Loss of Situational Awareness for Air Traffic Controllers: A Safety Threat
Cathay Pacific’s air freight division, Cathay Cargo, has announced an order for six next-generation Airbus A350F freighters. Cathay Cargo currently operates a fleet of 14… Read More »Cathay Pacific switches from Boeing to Airbus with A350F freighter order
In an aviation first a Cessna 208B Caravan was successfully flown with no-one on board by US aircraft automation systems firm, Reliable Robotics. The Cessna… Read More »Uncrewed Cessna Caravan flown by remote pilot 50 miles away in aviation first
By Marc Cook Van’s Aircraft filing for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection this week begs the question: How can the largest and most successful company in the kit-aircraft… Read More »How Did Van’s Get To a Chapter 11 Filing?
Landing or taking off on the wrong runway is a serious aviation safety hazard. It can have a domino effect, triggering various negative consequences, both… Read More »Wrong Runway Use: Effects and Consequences
The next time you fly Vueling with a pet in the cabin, don’t be surprised when they’re also offered a mid-flight snack. The Spanish low-cost… Read More »Spanish low-cost carrier Vueling rolls out pet treats as part of in-flight menu
In response to the recent CV-22 Osprey mishap off the coast of Yakushima Island in southwestern Japan on November 29, 2023, an operational standdown was… Read More »All V-22 Osprey operators ground fleets after crash off Japan