Verizon’s Unmanned Program Registers For IS-BAO Participation

Telecommunications company Verizon’s unmanned aircraft system (UAS) branch has registered under the International Standards for Business Aviation Operations (IS-BAO) Remote Piloted Aircraft System (RPAS)...

China’s Comac Celebrates Certification Of Its Narrow-Body C919 Airliner

Last week, the Commercial Aircraft Corporation of China (Comac) received final certification of its C919 narrowbody airliner from the Chinese aviation authority. Comac’s 158-...

ForeFlight 14.8 Adds Mogas Data And Favorites/Recent Routes Feature

Aviation software giant ForeFlight has announced its updated Version 14.8, adding features such as mogas pricing data and a new Favorites/Recent Routes Filter. Information on...

Consultant: Time Could Be Running Out For Big-Buck Investment Cash Flow

There are plenty who are fed up with startup aviation businesses that, despite clearly impractical ideas, seem to raise a lot of investment capital....

Short Final: Best In The Area

One day while doing an Angel Flight between Santa Monica Airport and Prescott Regional Airport,...

Avionics Survey: Pleased With New Tech

Avionics shops have been busy. So busy that the wait to get into some of...

Accident Probe: Flocking Together

I hit a bird once. I was flying a Piper Arrow II, on short final,...
Avsoft has released an Airbus A320neo aircraft systems course for online pilot training.
True Blue Power, today, announced the addition of 100-watt USB-C charging ports to the company’s line of MAX Power USB Chargers (TA360 Series).
Taken with a Sony A6500. Background and Lightroom color and contrast. Copyrighted photo by Dennis R. Haber.
We may resist upgrading hangars and houses to reasonable hurricane standards, but the climate Darwinism brought on by Hurricane Ian has forced the issue.

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What Fast Moving Storm Surge Looks Like

As with real estate, with hurricanes and airports, location is everything. This security camera footage from Ft. Myers, Florida, during Hurricane Ian on Sept....