Twenty-nine years ago last month, my mom, dad, sister and I loaded all my belongings into our 1973 Beechcraft Baron and flew me to Grand Forks, N.D., to move me into McVey Hall at the University of North Dakota. Fast forward 29 years and the roles had reversed. My wife and I drove to the […]
In the wake of the devastation from Hurricane Harvey, PilotsNPaws, a non-profit organization that uses volunteer general aviation pilots and planes to transport rescued animals, has put out a call for larger airplanes to help rescue animals caught in the hurricane and flooding. “Our small planes just cannot get in and out and fly in […]
ARGUS International recently released its TRAQPak Solar Eclipse Business Aviation Flight Activity graphic, which analyzes data for the Aug. 21, 2017, solar eclipse and compares it against all other 2017 Mondays through Aug. 21. It shows the top five airports, the top five aircraft and more. While skewed towards business aviation, it includes data for […]
Gulfstream Aircraft’s fifth and final G600 test aircraft made its maiden flight Aug. 29, less than nine months since the G600 flight-test program began.
It was the first airborne test of Sierra Nevada Corp.’s (SNC) Dream Chaser vehicle in nearly four years.
The U.S. Air Force has lifted a temporary flight restriction limiting the F-35As at Luke AFB, Arizona, to flying below 25,000 ft., although no root cause has been identified for a spate of hypoxia-like cockpit incidents at that location.
Southwest Airlines is boosting its California route network, especially in San Jose and Sacramento.
Rockwell Collins has won a contract from U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) for the company’s ARINC Border Management Solutions platform to process Advance Passenger Information (API) and Passenger Name Record (PNR) data from airlines serving the U.S.