AIN’s editors offer their opinions, observations and thoughts on everything aviation.
So often in the course of covering events, things are said that never make it into published accounts.
The latest example of flying car is set to begin production.
For readers, one good thing about <i>Aviation International News</i> and its sister publications is our independence.
FAA Administrator Randy Babbitt has been in the hustings recently pumping NextGen and long-term FAA reauthorization.
Although I get the impression that air safety in Australia is micromanaged, I admire John McCormick, director of aviation safety for the Civil Aviation Saf
Providing you with the best information available on business jet travel is by far our most important goal here at <b><u>Business Jet Traveler </u></b>maga
With a narrower pipe but greater reach for voice and data than its rival Inmarsat, the Iridium satellite network is becoming increasingly relevant for airc
The publicly known facts are scarce at this stage, but the in-flight structural failure of a Cessna Corvalis composite high-performance piston single in th
As someone who writes about private aviation, I find it instructive (not to mention downright pleasant) every chance I get to fly on a business jet.
Lately, I find myself growing tired of memorials, most recently the one that fills the empty hole in the ground where the World Trade Center’s Twin Towers