Getting Pummeled by Hail, Part 2

By Patrick Veillette, Ph.D. Jun 23, 2022
In Part 1, we discussed flight crews’ misconceptions regarding threatening weather. Now, we’ll look at ATC’s perspective. The avoidance of severe…
Flight Deck

Getting Pummeled By Hail, Part 1

By Patrick Veillette, Ph.D. Jun 22, 2022
The ASRS reveals common gaps in our ability to avoid hail strikes.
Flight Deck

AOPA Program Gets 10,000 Self-Grounded Pilots Flying Again

By William Garvey Jun 17, 2022
The Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association offers seminars, a refresher course and services to address needs or concerns of participants.
Maintenance & Training

Mind Your Fuel Status, Part 2

By Ross Detwiler Jun 14, 2022
No matter how sophisticated the system, there comes a time when the pilot must grab the airplane, make a decision and carry through with it.
Flight Deck

Mind Your Fuel Status, Part 1

By Ross Detwiler Jun 13, 2022
Although fuel planning’s evolution has become more precise, there’s still the “what if” to consider.
Flight Deck

With A Focus On Sleep, Europe Advances Toward Single-Pilot Operations

By Thierry Dubois Jun 07, 2022
Dassault Falcon 10X business jet may be first large-category aircraft designed for single-pilot operations, a capability Airbus covets.
Flight Deck

Viewpoint: Not All Airplanes Fly Alike

By James Albright May 19, 2022
Gulfstream is under scrutiny because two pilots didn’t fly the aircraft properly.
Aircraft & Propulsion

Not-So-Good Vibrations, Part 3

By Patrick Veillette, Ph.D. May 11, 2022
Troubleshooting vibrations can be a lengthy process.
Aircraft & Propulsion

Advanced Flight Controls Anchor Dassault Falcon 8X Safety, Efficiency

By James Albright May 11, 2022
Aviation Week Network evaluation pilot James Albright puts Dassault’s flagship business jet through its paces.

Not-So-Good Vibrations, Part 2

By Patrick Veillette, Ph.D. May 11, 2022
Get the aircraft safely back to the ground.
Aircraft & Propulsion

Not-So-Good Vibrations, Part 1

By Patrick Veillette, Ph.D. May 10, 2022
Unusual inflight vibrations can be a warning of impending failure.
Aircraft & Propulsion

A Low-Time Pilot Flies Honeywell's Anthem Simulator

By Matthew Orloff Apr 25, 2022
Aviation Week's Matt Orloff tests the Honeywell Anthem, a cloud-connected cockpit system designed to be intuitive for the pilot, to see how it performs.
Flight Deck

Honeywell Forge To Integrate Universal Weather And Aviation

By Matthew Orloff Mar 21, 2022
Honeywell is teaming up with Universal Weather and Aviation, an international trip provider, to integrate flight planning and trip support data into Honeywell Forge for business aviation.  
Flight Deck

A Hurricane’s Contentious Collateral Damage

By William Garvey Jan 25, 2022
Jury awards nearly $2 million to pilot fired for delaying a flight over hurricane concerns.
Safety, Ops & Regulation

Opinion: New 5G Frequencies Could Jam Critical Flight Instruments

John Herron Jan 12, 2022
In “The 5G Threat to Radio Altimeter Use” (column, Jan. 3),the author fails to understand how embedded radio altimeter signals have become in modern…
Flight Deck

Agricultural Aviation’s 100th Anniversary Includes Drones

By William Garvey Jan 05, 2022
Many ag operators initially viewed ag “drones” as threats but now see them as complementary rather than competitive.
Aircraft & Propulsion

The 5G Threat to Radio Altimeter Use

By Roger Cox Jan 03, 2022
Is the problem radio altimeters or pilot judgment?
Flight Deck

Viewpoint:  Lessons Of The  Calabasas Crash

Mark Baier Dec 06, 2021
Five lessons learned from the helicopter crash that killed Kobe Bryant and eight others.
Flight Deck

A More-Direct Approach

Rob Mark Dec 01, 2021
Pilots crossing the Atlantic could help reduce engine emissions.
Flight Deck

Fast Five With Collins Aerospace's Stephen Timm

Nov 25, 2021
Timm discusses Collins' strategic investments and its role as a middleman between the Pentagon and Silicon Valley.
Supply Chain

FAA Warns Of 5G Effects On Radio Altimeters

By Bill Carey Nov 03, 2021
The FAA has issued a Special Airworthiness Information Bulletin alerting aviation manufacturers, operators and pilots to the potential adverse effects of new 5G wireless networks on radio altimeters.
Safety, Ops & Regulation

Southeast, Garmin Partner On Electronic Flight Instrument STC

By Ben Goldstein Oct 14, 2021
Southeast Aerospace announced partnership with Garmin International to develop IVSI and ESI units in Part 25 aircraft.

Honda Reveals HondaJet 2600 Light Jet Concept

By Guy Norris Oct 12, 2021
HondaJet revealed its 2600 concept at NBAA-BACE–an all-new, long-range light jet with trans-continental capability.

NBAA-BACE News In Brief Oct. 12

By Ben Goldstein Oct 12, 2021
A roundup of announcements at NBAA-BACE: Day One

Autothrottle Offered For Citations And Phenoms

By Guy Norris Oct 12, 2021
IS&S says the ThrustSense system reduces crew workload, increases situational awareness and provides envelope protection.