EASA Pilots Fly Leonardo AW609 Tiltrotor for the First Time

The Italian helicopter maker’s test program is aimed at certifying the aircraft with European and U.S. aviation agencies.
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Jetka Agrees to Build 10 Electric Seaplanes for Gayo Aviation

The Swiss manufacturer says its PHA-ZE 100 amphibious aircraft can bring transport to underserved communities.
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Pioneering Skydiver and Pilot Looks Back on 50 Years Aloft

Cheryl Stearns was the first woman to join the Army’s Golden Knights and was recently named Distinguished Stateswoman of Aviation.
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Does the Pilot Watch Still Have a Role in the Cockpit?

AVI-8 Hawker Hunter timepiece makes a case for old-school instrumentation.
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F-35 Deliveries Resume Following Checks for Readiness

DOD stopped delivery of the fighters and their F135 engines in January amid an investigation into a hard landing at a Texas military ...
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Mentoring Programs Aim To Boost Ranks of Women in Aviation

Many women’s organizations are active in preparing and supporting aviation professionals.
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Beta Technologies Reveals Electric Aircraft In Development

U.S. military test pilots have conducted evaluation flights of the electric conventional takeoff and landing aircraft, according to the company.
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Carbon Cub Pilot Takes STOL to The Extreme With Helipad Landing

The Red Bull event gave Luke Czepiela, Mike Patey, and CubCrafters a highly visible stage in Dubai.
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Finding Your Ideal Aircraft Without Remorse for Buyer or Seller

The author’s chance meeting with his airplane’s former owner proves revealing.
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Embraer Reports Growth in Net Income, Revenue

The aerospace company said increased deliveries of executive and commercial jets helped drive results at the end of 2022.
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