Six dead in Wings Over Dallas airshow midair


All six people aboard a Bell P–63F Kingcobra and the Texas Raiders Boeing B–17G Flying Fortress died when the two aircraft collided midair November 12 during the 2022 Commemorative Air Force Wings Over Dallas WWII Airshow at Dallas Executive Airport in Texas, the NTSB confirmed.

‘Thank you for our freedom’


Years after his death in 2005, words of the original U.S. Navy Blue Angel have become a proposed resolution before the U.S. House of Representatives.

FBOProps crowdsources memorable aviation experiences


FBOProps, a new social app for airport experiences, is designed to help pilots and their loved ones find memorable general aviation destinations by gathering reviews and other airport information from fellow aviators.

‘Cyber incident’ affected flight planning


Boeing subsidiary Jeppesen, a navigation charts and information provider, was affected for several days by a “cyber incident” that began on November 2. A week later, the precise effects on aviation remained unclear.

FAA approves HondaJet upgrades


Honda Aircraft Co. has announced FAA type certification of its HondaJet Elite II, the latest, upgraded version of its original HondaJet.

Joby pushes launch to 2025


Citing a change in FAA certification rules, Joby Aviation stated that it’s pushing the target date for its entry into eVTOL passenger service to 2025.

Training and Safety Tip: Master the sky


Before your next flight, play a game of chess. You don’t have to be good at it, or win. In fact, you’ll probably get more out of it if you get roundly trounced.