AIN’s editors offer their opinions, observations and thoughts on everything aviation.
Spending a week at the annual EAA AirVenture Oshkosh show never fails to exhilarate and inspire, but at the same time it can frustrate.
Sometimes, editors simply have to guess.
How does one measure the success of an airplane designer?
Was John Thorp a success because he designed, among many others, the airplane (his T-16 of the m
I recall being at first surprised, then relieved, by the oft-quoted statistic that aviation accounts for just 2 percent of global CO2 emissions.
Kestrel Aircraft has selected Honeywell’s TPE331-14GR to power its all-composite single-engine turboprop.
The regional airline business lost more of its luster last week, when Delta Air Lines announced it would retire its entire Saab 340 turboprop fleet and “ad
After a span of 30 years the space shuttle program ended on July 21 when <i>Atlantis</i> landed safely at the Kennedy Space Center in Florida.
At this year’s Paris Air Show, some big players bellied up to the biojet bar.
The electrically powered <link http://www.solarimpulse.com/index.php>Solar Impulse</link> (HB-SIA) is an amazing airplane and I was anxious to see it fly d
I was rearranging the contents of one of my bookshelves to make room for a stack of books that had been read but had no permanent residence.