Aviation News Journal - September 2021
High Flyer Comic, Letter From the Editor, Ready for Fire, Big X: Squadron Leader Roger Bushell, When the Pandemic Moves an Air Show Over Your House, Defending Lima Site 85, New Airbus H145 for Sûreté du Québec, Aviation Insurance, Aircraft Ownership, Remembering the Pioneers
Pioneering flying car, the Switchblade, recently completed its maiden flight in Washington State.
Kollsman invented the world’s first accurate barometric altimeter.
During the early 1900s, he was known as ‘the man who owns the sky.’ A hundred years later, some refer to him as the ‘father of aerobatics.’ Lincoln Beachey was arguably the most famous pilot of whom you have never heard.
On January 4, Horizon Aircraft, an advanced aerospace engineering company, announced that it has successfully completed initial hover testing of its 'Cavorite X5' scale prototype.
Initial thoughts on ChatGPT - an aviation magazine editor’s perspective.
Samson Sky, creators of the Switchblade Flying Car has seen Reservations for its flying car climb to over 100 Reservations per month for the past six months.
At last, the International Balloon Festival of Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu has returned to the delight of festivalgoers.
What can visitors expect at this year’s edition of AirVenture? Here are a few elements unique to AirVenture 2022.
In part one of our article on assessing your own risk we covered the potential risks facing Commercial Aviation Business and Airport Occupants and how insurance can be used as a way to protect yourself and your business. Now we’re going to look at potential risks for aircraft owners, both private and commercial.
As we all know, “test driving” an aircraft is not the same as test driving a vehicle. You don’t pop down to your local dealership and take out the latest model for 30 mins, to see how it handles and how it feels.
1922 was a pivotal year in the history of autogyros. Let's take a look back and see what has made these unique-looking aircraft stand the test of time.
Sensenich Propeller has announced Part 35 Type Certification for their G-Series ground-adjustable carbon fiber propellers.