Despite Challenges, NTSB Stands By Probable Cause Determination in PenAir Runway Overrun

Sweden and United Kingdom authorities wanted more emphasis on crew mistakes.
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NTSB: No Sign of Malfunction in Accident That Killed Blue Origin Astronaut

Glen de Vries and his instructor died a week after de Vries traveled to space with actor William Shatner.
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FAA Name Change Signifies a Bigger Mission for NOTAMs

Alteration gives more information and a modern meaning for a common aviation abbreviation.
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Tips for Teaching the Older Learner

FLYING staff writer and CFI offers tips to fellow instructors on how to adjust their teaching style to someone with greater life experience.
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United Airlines Completes First Passenger Flight Using 100 Percent SAF in One Tank

Flight from Chicago to Washington D.C. was the first such mission to use the renewable fuel.
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Wright Brothers’ First Shop Scheduled for Demolition

Building used by the siblings as a bike shop in Dayton, Ohio, to be torn down in 2022.
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NTSB Blames Inexperienced Pilot for Accident That Killed Three

Report also cites unairworthy aircraft as a reason for the 2019 tragedy in DeLand, Florida.
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Lockheed Martin Expands Presence in Denver

Company is set to take over 650,000 square feet of office space in the Denver South business community.
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Backyard Runways Are in Reach

You don’t have to have millions in the bank to have a airstrip right at home.
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Growing Up on a Grass Strip

A third-generation aviator shares what it’s like when your childhood home has a runway.
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CubCrafters Founder Jim Richmond Dies

Richmond established his popular backcountry aircraft series in 1980.
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TeenFlight Celebrates Milestone

Program that allows high-school kids to learn what it takes to work in aviation reaches 10th anniversary.
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NTSB Report: Fewer Fatal GA Accidents in 2020

Board’s annual civil aviation study also includes positive numbers for charter and commercial carriers.
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Airline History Museum Loses ‘Derelict 727′ to Scrapper

Lack of communication, payment send aircraft to junkyard, others to court.
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The Nuts and Bolts of the C-124

A retired Air Force maintenance tech remembers when he worked on the C-124
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The Connection Military Aircraft Give to Families

The son of a serviceman reflects on one of his father’s favorite aircraft.
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The Nuts and Bolts of the C-124

A retired Air Force maintenance technician recalls working on one of these famous aircraft.
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Transatlantic Rivals Stage Synchronized Departure

British Airways, Virgin Atlantic take off from Heathrow to JFK at the same time to celebrate lift of U.S. travel ban.
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LightHawk Stays the Course to Protect the Environment

Conservation flying group reports successes despite challenges from COVID-19.
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NTSB: Maintenance Error, Poor Decisions Caused Overrun

Alaska PenAir accident killed one passenger, injured nine more in October 2019.
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