After being grounded for 15 months, the nearly modified Boeing 737 MAX prepares to re-enter commercial airline service. But are the fixes enough to satisfy regulators and airlines? And passengers? Robert W. Moorman explores the turbulent history of the airplane.
Rewatch the first of our new series of online discussions regarding current training and simulation issues and best practices across civil aviation, military, healthcare and other safety-critical industries.
The European Union Aviation Safety Agency has certified an electric airplane, the Pipistrel Velis Electro, the first type certification world-wide of a fully electric aircraft and an important milestone in the quest for environmentally sustainable aviation.
This story is about two young Hong Kong nationals with a passion for aviation and a desperation to fly. As a previous CEO of both TAG Asia and Flight Training Adelaide (FTA), author Keith Morgan confesses a biased interest in their success stories.
The C-19-triggered deficit in training capacity is temporary. Growth, and the pilot shortage will eventually return. Now is the time to develop the Flight Academy of the Future, suggests Capt. John Bent, FRAeS.
Aerion. Boom. Cora. Elevate. PopUp. Spike. Vahana. These are just a few of the emerging names which could revolutionize commercial aviation across the next generation. Rick Adams offers an overview of the rapid pace of developments in supersonic, urban air transport, single pilot and pilotless aircraft.