Updates add new functionality to the AOPA FlyQ Pocket app available exclusively and free to AOPA members for iOS and Android smartphones and tablets.
Long overdue, Congress approves honors for the Doolittle Raiders.
New York Times publishes a good article on general aviation.
Only 3 are left flying, the PV-2 Harpoon was developed from the Lockheed Lodestar.
Aerion ups the size of its supersonic business jet, HondaJet unveils first production aircraft, Dassault announces the Falcon 8X, Gulfstream extends the range of the G650.
Alternative means of compliance provides way for grounded aircraft to get back in the air.
Learning how to instinctively recover from extreme unusual attitudes might save your life some day.
Upset training in an L-39. Drones literally falling out of the sky and violating controlled airspace. A look at AOPA's beginnings 75 years ago, and a look forward. A pilot's restaurant with really hot stuff.
Learn how to fly the Hudson River Class B Exclusion in New York City. It is some of the most scenic and crowded airspace in the United States.
She may be pushing 60, but the Dragon Lady can still stop traffic. Find out how a Cold War spy plane brought modern airliners to a halt.
You can fly with aerobatic star Billy Werth at the AOPA Indianapolis Regional Fly In. You've got to see this guy's act - his brother chases him down the runway on a motorcycle.
Fly the Hudson River in New York City. The corridor lets you see NYC in a way like no other. Take an aerobatic ride from Billy Werth at the AOPA Indianapolis Regional Fly In.
New benefit for AOPA members from AOPA Premier Partner PilotWorkshops - free access to a selection of audio and video training programs.
Month of May is the Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association's 75th anniversary.
Recreational Aviation Foundation a recipient of an AOPA Foundation Giving Back Award.
Customs and Border Protection continues to direct unwarranted stops of innocent pilots. AOPA President Baker gets promise from CBP Commissioner that there will be fewer stops in the future.
Airbus Group flies the all-composite, battery powered E-Fan for the first time.
AOPA's regional fly-ins aren't just for pilots. It was a family affair at San Marcos, Texas.
Environmentalists file petition with EPA to declare aircraft emissions hazardous. AOPA says action puzzling since EPA knows industry well on the way to finding an unleaded fuel.
AOPA's San Marcos, Texas, fly-in a huge success, with nearly 3,000 attendees.
More warrant-less stops of innocent pilots, but AOPA President Mark Baker goes right to the top for relief. AOPA's first regional Fly-In a huge success in Texas. First flight for the E-Fan.
European aviation authority says it went to far in regulating general aviation.
Super situational awareness with a helmet mounted display that lets the pilot "see" through the aircraft in all directions.
Testing begins in North Dakota to gather data on how to integrate small unmanned aerial systems (drones) into the national airspace system.
How do you take off on straight floats when there's no water?
New benefit for AOPA members. Free access to selected PilotWorkshop educational offerings.
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