How The New Learjet Liberty Is New And How It’s Not
The latest model from the Wichita plane maker will compete with other light jets, but only sort of. Here’s why it’s got a niche of its own. more »
A Flapping Wing Airbus? Yup.
The aerospace giant is testing a flying scale proof of concept model that kind of flaps. Here’s what it is and why they’re doing it. more »
Electric Powered? Eviation’s 9-Seat Commuter Plane Launches At Paris
Eviation’s little commuter plane is like nothing you’ve ever seen. But will we really ever see it? At least one operator is betting yes. more »
Beyond The Helicopter Rating
Learning from and flying with the manufacturer adds an irreplaceable piece to the rotary wing picture. more »
Real Pilots Know How To Slip
Why being able to slip a plane should be part of every pilot’s stick and rudder toolkit. more »
Radar Required Approaches Explained
A seemingly academic exercise to figure out why radar is required on an odd approach leads to an understanding of how approaches are designed and why that can matter. more »
Free Flight Training With Redbird At EAA AirVenture Oshkosh? Yup.
Redbird Launches Its “Touch ‘n Go Academy.” Doesn’t sound possible, we know. So we answer your questions about it. more »
A Dream Hotel Room For Pilots Complete Boeing 737-800 Cockpit!
The Haneda Hotel at the International Airport adds a quirky addition to one of its rooms. more »
Cool New Changes To EAA Proficiency Center at Oshkosh
EAA has found ways to help pilots get even more from what many think is the coolest quarter-acre at OSH. more »