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July 16, 2019

The Thousand Cuts of Boeing’s Indefinite 737 MAX Grounding Could Cost the Company Big

Boeing's stock price peaked at $446.39 per share on March 1, 9 days before Ethiopian…

July 12, 2019

FAA Publishes New 2020 ADS-B Pre-Flight Policy

When the FAA’s ADS-B Out regulation becomes effective next year, operators will need to predict…

July 03, 2019

FAA Grants STC for New Aspen Primary, Multi-Function Displays

Aspen Avionics has achieved a new FAA supplemental type certificate (STC) for its new primary…

June 28, 2019

Gulfstream G600 Achieves FAA Type Certification, EASA to Follow

Gulfstream is ready to start deliveries of the G600 after ...

June 18, 2019

FAA Researching Use of Airplane Connectivity for SWIM

SAN DIEGO — The FAA wants to use the increased presence of faster air-to-ground and satellite-based…

June 09, 2019

Getting BVLOS off the Ground with 91.113

The FAA has been trying to streamline drone processes: Low-altitude authorization and notification capability speeds…

June 03, 2019

Wing Slat Track Woes: Boeing’s 737 MAX Issues Mount

Boeing discovered improperly manufactured slat tracks that were delivered to its factory to be put…

May 30, 2019

DJI: Drones Dragged Through The Mud With False Collision Claims

An unexpected bang greeted an Aeromexico pilot who was preparing to land his 737 last…

May 23, 2019

Why Automation Shouldn’t Push Pilots Out of Air Taxis

As it tries to take to the skies, the urban air mobility industry is at…

May 21, 2019

Industry Must Prove UAM Is Safe for Public Adoption

Urban air mobility won't be widely accepted as part of the public's everyday life —…