Aviation News

Boeing 737 Max Flight Tests Start on June 29th

FAA and Boeing test pilots will start intensive testing of the updated version of the Boeing 737 MAX flight control software on June 29th....

Electric VTOL Air Taxis May Be the Solution to City Congestion

Electric VTOL air taxis are one of the great emerging technologies of our time, promising to unlock the skies as traffic-free, high-speed, 3D commuting...
The Aviation industry takes a lot of hits in the media which translates into the general view of public opinion

The Big Bad Wolf

The defamatory name, the Big Bad Wolf, arrived in the world of climate change, but that picture is based on framing and not on...

Taxibot Makes Debut at Schiphol Airport

Amsterdam Schiphol and its partners have begun what it is calling a sustainable aircraft taxiing trial using a vehicle known as a ‘taxibot’. Belonging to...

Boeing Resumes Production of B737 Max at Renton Plant

Without the usual fanfare, Boeing has resumed B737 Max production at its’ Renton, Washington assembly plant.  Boeing has announced it resumed the production of B737...

The Aviation Industry Steps Up to the Plate

It’s counter-intuitive; restaurants that are on the brink of bankruptcy contribute free meals to health workers in a trend repeated by restaurants and food...

Volga-Dnepr Delivers for First Stage of United Launch Alliance’s Atlas 5 Rocket for NASA’s...

On May 18th, Volga-Dnepr transported an Atlas 5 rocket booster to Cape Canaveral, Florida, for a scheduled mission to Mars. The AN-124-100 ‘Ruslan’, is the...

Skanska USA Celebrates Opening of New LaGuardia Airport Terminal B Headhouse

Today, Skanska USA joined Governor Andrew Cuomo and Rick Cotton, Executive Director, Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, to celebrate the opening...

Decline in Short Term Aircraft Maintenance

Although companies that provide aircraft maintenance, repair and overhaul are facing a major drop in demand, some are still working and even introducing new...
The Mighty Eighth – Outward Bound

The Prodigious Artwork of Robert Taylor

Memorial Day has come and gone, and rather than honor our veterans with war stories, why not learn about how something as harsh and...