If you’re trying to buy a rear-engined, aerodynamic, aluminum-bodied car for new Camry money, you don’t really have many options. That’s why this ad should be such a godsend to the significant portion of our readership finding themselves in this situation: it’s a rear-engined, aerodynamic, aluminum, and absolutely…
U.S. and Canadian authorities are rightfully spooked following a plane crash in Ontario, Canada on Wednesday night. What’s got them shook? There’s absolutely no trace than anybody actually went down with the plane, sparking one of the weirdest mysteries of the year so far.
No, this isn’t about a dude getting pulled by a plane. This world record is much cooler. And the guy who set it has the best attitude imaginable.
What are you doing, plane? You are not a car! You do not belong on the highway, with all the cars! Return from whence you came!
Twenty years ago, Cessna gave birth to a military jet trainer that had wealthy private pilots with fighter jock dreams licking their chops. Here’s the story of how Cessna ended up with their promising design and why they walked away from it.
A mid-sized twin engine Sabreliner jet like the one pictured above has collided with a light single engine Cessna 172 near the community of Otay Mesa, which is just north of the border between the U.S. and Mexico. Sheriffs have confirmed that three are dead at the scene, with no survivors aboard either aircraft.
Maybe this says a lot about me, but most of the time when people use the term ‘eyesore,’ I either have no idea what they’re talking about, or it’s directed at me. In this case, the term is being used to refer to an Oceanside, Long Island man’s small airplane, which is parked in his driveway. Neighbors want him to get…
Nike likes to say “Just Do It,” and when you look at all the crazy stuff the sportswear giant does, it may be more than just an empty slogan. If designers need input from athletes on new shoes, they prototype it with 3D printers. They test speed suits for Olympians in wind tunnels for 1,000 hours. And when they need…
Cessna's new Citation Latitude made its public debut here in Orlando this week at the National Business Aviation Association (NBAA) convention. First announced at the 2011 NBAA show, it's the newest jet from one of the most venerable names in aviation, and here's why you want one.
Cessna's newest version of its Citation, the CJ3+ received its FAA type certification on Thursday. The CJ3+ builds upon the popular CJ3 by adding the Garmin G3000 avionics suite, automatic cabin pressurization, and advanced maintenance diagnostics.
This is what it looks like to have a bird crash through your plane's window. It ain't pretty.
Flying in a small plane can be terrifying for the uninitiated. You know what's even more terrifying? When the pilot of such a plane becomes sick and you have to land it yourself, even though you don't know how. In fact, I can think of few things that are scarier than that.
You'd think if you were sitting on a Geo Metro made into a 12-foot limo, you'd have your LeMons racing plan pretty well wrapped up. Of course, if you said that, you wouldn't be noted LeMons loon Speedycop and his Gang of Outlaws.