Volume 26, Number 24c
June 14, 2019
MAX Return Expected By December
FAA Associate Administrator for Aviation Safety Ali Bahrami has indicated that the grounded 737 MAX will likely return to service […]   Read this article
Uber Elevate: Pick A Fantasy
At its third conference, Uber Elevate sketched a future that's hard to believe. But sooner or later, some version of it is coming.   Read this article
Garmin Co-Founder Dead At 81
Garmin co-founder and chairman emeritus Gary Burrell passed away on Wednesday at the age of 81. Burrell and Min Kao […]   Read this article
Daher Acquires Quest
French aircraft manufacturer Daher announced on Thursday that it is acquiring Quest Aircraft Company. Quest, which is based in Sandpoint, […] Read this article

Electric Aircraft: Battery Life Just As Important As Capacity
Battery limitations continue to stunt the potential of electric aircraft, but Uber is betting that current technology is good enough […] Read this article

Podcast: The Lafayette Escadrille
The Humanus Documentary Films Foundation is working on a World War I documentary that follows the story of the Lafayette […] Read this article

Boeing eVTOL Prototype Crashes
Boeing subsidiary Aurora Flight Science‚Äôs autonomous Passenger Air Vehicle (PAV) electric vertical takeoff and landing (eVTOL) prototype crashed during its […] Read this article

NASA Opens ISS To Commercial Missions
NASA has announced that it is opening the International Space Station (ISS) to commercial businesses. To qualify for a spot […] Read this article

Plans Finalized For New CTLS Factory
CTLS and CTLSi light sport aircraft (LSA) manufacturer AeroJones Aviation Technology Company has announced that it is finalizing plans for […] Read this article

Picture of the Week, June 13, 2019
A favorite memory from an Outback Australia tour: I prearranged for drums to be delivered to a remote station northeast of Alice Springs. The folks on the station couldn't have been more helpful. Photo by Clare McEwan. Read this article


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