Cutter Aviation Patriarch Dies »

Bill Cutter, a well-known figure in business aviation, died Tuesday at the age of 86. Cutter led Cutter Aviation, taking over from his father William P. Cutter, who founded the business in 1928. More

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FAA Cracks Down On Illegal... »

An Oklahoma helicopter company has been fined more than $50,000 for dodging FAA regulations and illegally chartering fixed-wing aircraft. Interstate... More

Top Letters And Comments,... »

This week's letters brought comments from readers about flying into OSH, the future of air taxis, ADS-B for experimentals and theft by an aircraft mechanic. More

Aircraft Mechanic Facing... »

A Florida aircraft mechanic has been charged with multiple counts of theft for allegedly removing serviceable parts from aircraft, selling them and charging... More

New ADS-B Rebate Announced »

As we reported earlier, the FAA is reinstating its $500 rebate for equipage with ADS-B Out as an incentive for aircraft operators to get the new gear... More

LSA Weight Limit Increasing... »

A high-ranking FAA source has confirmed that the FAA plans to almost triple the maximum weight for most light sport aircraft to 3600 pounds in rulemaking... More

Engine Corrosion Tips From... »

With flying activity declining, many aircraft sit idle for months at a time. This causes serious corrosion issues inside the engines and in this AVweb video,... More