One AME says his 30 years of issuing third class medical certificates have done nothing to improve safety. Looking through the bottom of the aircraft with the most expensive flight helmet ever. Taking off from a dry runway in a straight float seaplane. How do they do it?
The U.S. Sport Aviation Expo hosted drones for the first time this year. That attraction appealed to many, including visitors who arrived with parents in tow.
AOPA’s home in Frederick, Maryland, was squarely in the path of a massive winter storm that dumped snow by the foot and left local pilots and airport crews digging out for days.
Go behind the scenes and see what it’s like to fly the light sport Rans S–20 Raven and Rans S–19LS Venterra.
AOPA Live brings you the latest in the light sport aircraft and drone markets from the U.S. Sport Aviation Expo in Sebring, Florida.
Flying clubs do much more than to rent aircraft at lower cost, though that is often the reason that pilots join in the first place. We visited one club (among many) where the enthusiasm is infectious.
The most significant milestone for an aviator is their first solo.
AOPA Live's Paul Harrop shows us it's a team effort to get there.
The de Havilland DHC-1 Super Chipmunk has a storied history as a trainer, aerobat, crop duster, and award-winner. Ride along as AOPA Editor at Large Dave Hirschman probes the secrets of the Super Chipmunk's success.
AOPA unveiled a new look (including a new logo) for 2016, updating a legendary aviation brand with an eye on drawing a new generation into the fun of flying.
Paul Harrop talks with MzeroA's Jason Schappert about his new film Flying Again.
The end of the year is approaching! Help the AOPA Foundation meet the matching challenge grants for the Hat in the Ring Society.
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