Shell Aviation announces an unleaded avgas that could replace 100LL.
AOPA Live from NBAA in Las Vegas. Flying the Griffon Lionheart - a composite, staggerwing biplane from the 1990's. Third Class Medical reform advances in Congress.
B-25 bomber Panchito and the last surviving Doolittle Raider visit AOPA.
Don't think of landing when doing a wheel landing in a tail dragger.
AOPA launches program to bring aviation into high schools to help teach STEM and spark interest in general aviation.
AOPA's Tom Haines gets his Second-in-Command rating in a B-25 bomber.
User fees can destroy a GA culture. We travel to Australia to see the impact pilots there have suffered. Highlighting the best ideas in flight training at Redbird Migration. Leaf peeping with a drone that costs more than a used 172.
What happens behind the scenes when a Red Bull Air Race pilot clips one of those giant inflated pylons? A team swings into action with spare parts and a plan to make sure pilots (and the crowd) won’t have long to wait.
Air traffic control may become a telecommuting task in the not-too-distant future; remote towers equipped with cameras and communication gear are already online in some parts of the world. Watch a demonstration of how this might work at your local airport.
The Cirrus customization program takes a page from high-end cars.
A special report from the Red Bull Air Races in Las Vegas.
Federal government wants to register all drones, even small hobbyist machines.
Ride along as AOPA Pilot Editor at Large Tom Horne puts the new Citation Latitude through its paces.
Rain didn’t wash out the fun in Tullahoma, Tennessee where more than 2,500 gathered for the final AOPA Fly-In of 2015.
A specialized Redbird simulator teaches flight nurses what its like to treat patients in the challenging environment of a medevac.
The Beechcraft Heritage Museum celebrates the roots of general aviation with rare artifacts and unique aircraft, and is among many great reasons to attend the AOPA Fly-In Oct. 10 in Tullahoma, Tennessee.
Textron goes big-cabin with its newest Citation. We get an inside look at the assembly line.
All the sights and sounds from the Colorado Springs regional Fly-In.
Experience spin training with instructor Catherine Cavagnaro. Cavagnaro, a spin training expert, will speak at AOPA’s Tullahoma Regional Fly-In Oct. 10.
We experience what it's like to get intercepted by F-16s. Learn how to handle getting intercepted and where to find TFR information.
Two Cessna Skyhawks go head to head to put a set of vortex generators to the test. Will the VGs make any difference in performance?
The Pope is in the United States. We take a network TV news crew flying to explain TFR's. A B-29 Superfortress named Doc has all four engines running. A look at the National WWII Aviation Museum in Colorado Springs. Putting VG's to the test, head to head.
Help the AOPA Foundation meet the matching challenge grants for the Hat in the Ring Society.
TFR's are popping up across the west to protect firefighting aircraft. Propeller maker Craig Catto was personally affected by the wildfires.
Multiple companies at the International Drone Conference are working on keeping drones safely separated from manned aircraft.
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