Dr. Phil and Dr. Oz have been making headlines everywhere with what they recently announced in an exclusive interview. And while America applauds their creation, the pharmaceutical industry digs for a lawsuit. The top doctors have announced that a project they’ve been working on for years has finally come toRead More →

Courtney Dohnt/SWNS An Australian woman has had the ride of her life after discovering a replica of her grandfather’s WWII plane and traveling 9,000 miles to recreate her favorite photo. Courtney Dohnt never got to meet her Australian grandfather who fought alongside British and Allied forces, flying in a HawkerRead More →

Aircraft searcha provider of AI-powered aircraft ratings, has opened up a portion of its database to the entire general aviation community for free use. Based on nearly 50,000 historical listings, Aircraft Lookup has created a proprietary AI evaluator that considers over 1,000 factors, ranging from an aircraft’s engine/airframe time toRead More →

On Wednesday, Russian President Vladimir Putin oversaw major nuclear weapons exercises, which state television said “resulted in the destruction of the United States.” As tensions between Washington and Moscow and Beijing remain high – over Ukraine and Taiwan respectively – there are growing fears that nuclear weapons could be deployedRead More →

Orbx has released its first airport for X-Plane 12. The latest version, Brisbane Airport is an upgrade from the original version on X-Plane 11 which is free for all current customers. The new version/upgrade takes full advantage of the new technology found in Laminar Research’s next-generation flight simulation. The airportRead More →

For the first time since Italia ’90, England are heading to a third consecutive major tournament under the same manager. As such, we largely know what to expect from Gareth Southgate – meaning we can largely predict how his 2022 World Cup squad will shape up. But with FIFA increasingRead More →

National Transportation Safety Board releases report on Sept. 8 crash By Keemia Soltani-Zhang A preliminary report released last week by the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) revealed witness statements about the plane crash that killed flight instructor Christian West and student pilot Jackson Nazario at the Santa Monica airport onRead More →

Walt Disney’s Grumman Gulfstream I aircraft will debut in its new home at the Palm Springs Air Museum on Saturday, October 15. Walt’s Plane Brady MacDonald/Insider The company’s flagship, refurbished by Walt Disney Imagineering and The Walt Disney Archives, was affectionately known throughout its storied history as Walt’s Plane andRead More →

Immigration queues are often understaffed, making being among the first to get off the plane a valuable perk, which can save hours of waiting. And frankly, people don’t give enough thought to where they sit on the plane. Sure, sometimes the seats you really want require a fee or upgrade,Read More →

The Islip Line of the Long Island Railroad pulled me through the steamy August to a rendezvous with Long Island MacArthur Airport and the day every rookie pilot encounters a mixture of dread and excitement. First solitary. I learned to fly at a major flight school dedicated to training airlineRead More →

India is “actively pursuing” the acquisition of ISTAR, a high-tech ground surveillance aircraft and battlefield support system, Indian Air Force Chief VR Chaudhari said on 8 october. Air Chief Marshal Chaudhari’s comments indicate that the estimated $3 billion purchase of five Intelligence, Surveillance, Target Acquisition and Reconnaissance (ISTAR) aircraft underRead More →

2020 saw the lowest accident rate among small planes since this record keeping began, but that’s only part of the story. It takes time for the FAA to compile the data, so the long-retrospective year 2020 is the last year for which complete data exists. And the data provides aRead More →