Monday Mar 3
Jumpseat: Giving Back, Airline Style
If you're a private pilot or an airline transport pilot, it doesn't take long to discover that the "small world" axiom is very true within the aviation community.
Air & Space
It's a bit of a mystery how the aeronautical lexicon came to include "deadstick."
SkyWest Recruiting Pilots in Flight School As Regionals Scramble For Candidates
Regional airlines are already battling it out for pilot hires, and signing bonuses are part of the mix.
The Orange County Register
Airline industry readies for a pilot hiring spree
Mike Powers got hooked on flying when he was 8 years old and a family friend took him for a ride in her Cessna 150 and let him take the controls.
Times Record News
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Photos by Torin Halsey/Times Record News Brian Moore talks about how cloud seeding equipment is mounted on a Piper Cheyenne II aircraft used in weather modification research and cloud seeding.
Leroy Cohen, 86, businessman
Leroy Cohen, 86, of Ambler, a World War II veteran and later a businessman, died Sunday, Feb. 16, of sepsis at Abington Hospice Care in Warminster.
The Wichita Eagle
Cessna's Citation Latitude makes first flight
Cessna Aircraft's new mid-size business jet, the Citation Latitude, made its maiden flight on Wednesday, a milestone in the development program.
How a Ghost Doomed the Cessna Skycatcher
It might be hard for those of us who were along for the ride to remember, but the Cessna Skycatcher was a great idea.
FAA Bans PEDs In Airline Cockpits
Glass panels haven't yet delivered the promised increase in safety. Is greater technology leading to greater complacency on the part of... Well, why not? I can think of worse ways to interest kids in math.
Here's Your Chance To Make Motoring History: Eat A Car
I'm not exactly sure what it says about modern humanity, but I'm genuinely surprised that there's no record of a person eating a car.