New AOPA president named. Celebrating Orville's birthday, and rededicating AOPA's gift to the nation at First Flight. Fly Well on your hearing. The Super Cub makes it across the Atlantic, now on to Africa.
Line up and wait; more than customary delays at FXE. Rod Machado has a tip to keep you from losing an arm or a leg. The L-39 was one thing, but a MiG 15 is something else again. And we test fly the amphibious Searey.
GA in the crosshairs. From customs inspections to air traffic control, the administration makes life miserable for general aviation pilots. A 172 pilot tries her stick skills at jet fighter school. If you need to find a path to a runway NOW, we've got an app for you.
ABC News unfairly and inaccurately attacks GA safety. We set the record straight. Harrison Ford speaks up for GA before Congress. A milestone for the Eclipse 550. March madness strikes AOPA. And Fly Well - a new series on your health and piloting.
Up close look at sequestration effects at one airport -- Santa Fe Municipal in New Mexico. Training the best for the worst. An exclusive video look inside the Coast Guard's elite Advanced Helicopter Rescue School at Astoria, Oregon. A look at the next generation -- the 5th to be exact -- of the Cirrus SR22T. And Rod Machado has a quick lesson on how to reawaken your feet.
The latest news from Heli-Expo in Las Vegas. GA gets angry about the sequester. The ins and outs of spins, and your sweepstakes Debonair gets an avionics 'sweet.'
Hear from Craig Fuller about his decision to step down from AOPA. Also, what does sequestration mean to you? Plus, we fly with TOP GUN.
It's taken 9 months and a Chapter 11, but the Beechcraft Corporation is out of bankruptcy court and looking to the future. The Seneca V gets a G-1000 and rebuilding an original Curtiss hangar.
The figures are flat, but is GA flat-lined? We digest the numbers from the GAMA State of the Industry. Plus, we fly into Glacier National Park.
New series, 'License to Learn,' with Rod Machado. Go flying with the youngest precision team. David Clark is more than headsets.
We show you the Light Sport Expo in Sebring, Florida. Check out the flying car! Also, getting a tailwheel endorsement. Plus we have Patty Wagstaff performing at night.
Firestorm over the arrest of 70 year old glider pilot for "violating" non-existent "no-fly" zone. We test fly the new Tecnam P92 Tail Dragger. Seeing the dark with the MaxViz 600 infrared vision system for Cessnas. Talking to the creators of the Solar Impulse aircraft. And remembering airshow pilot Fred Cabanas.
Flying a glider is a "breach of peace?" The incredible story of a pilot arrested and jailed for flying through a non-existent "no-fly" zone. Budget woes haven't ended for the FAA. A luxury LSA straight from the designer's heart. And an exclusive interview with actor/pilot James Lipton, host of "Inside the Actors' Studio."
Its the best of AOPA Live This Week from 2012. Join producers Warren Morningstar and Paul Harrop as they give you the inside scoop on the show.
AOPA thanks our members for their continued support in protecting the freedom to fly.