A child eco-activist ditches planes and sails to America to preach climate change. Is this the end of aviation as we know it?
The feature by pilot William Langewiesche paints a horrific picture of the cockpit of Lion Air 610 as its pilots fought for survival.
Everyone was okay after the incredible turboprop STOL monster bit the dust. Then even more important things started happening.
The report documents the accident and goes much further than that, too. Why it will matter to all of us.
The widespread coverage of aircraft accidents is for a good reason.
Small commercial drones are coming, and aviation has no idea what to do.
The news organization’s reading of the preliminary report claims the NTSB said something it most assuredly did not.
A recent piece in Air Facts Journal discussed the significant risk we pilots assume in flying small planes. I don’t feel that way, and I’m guessing you don’t either. Are we deceiving ourselves?
And why flying will never change.
The news that Ballard, who most famously found the wreck of the Titanic, makes the search for famed aviator a real news story…maybe? There’s more to the story.
We’ve heard that it would be so amazing to have a flying car, so we interviewed an enthusiast who can’t wait to get his hands on one.
When DHS issued its warning, it made us wonder if it knew anything about small planes or not. We’re thinking the latter.
The mission to land a human being on the Moon didn’t change everything. But then again, it really did.
Several influential state and federal-level lawmakers are pushing to ban “non-essential” flights over the city. Can they do that?
Even news parody site The Onion is talking 737 Max, so you know it’s bad
A story in the Atlantic lays out the way it likely happened.
The news over the weekend of the military’s interest in talking about Unidentified Flying Objects (UFOs) has captivated the world, which is preferable to being captivated by aliens, I suppose. It’s not news that a program existed, but we’re now learning that it continues to exist, and pilots have come forward with stories of additional more »
The paper’s take on the accident is frighteningly similar to average non-pilots’ view of aviation.