MEMBER ALERT: AOPA will be closed for President's Day, Monday, Feb. 15and will reopen at 8:30 a.m. EST, Tuesday, Feb. 16.
Shell Aviation announces an unleaded avgas that could replace 100LL.
The sport aviation community lost two beloved members this week. We remember Sonex CEO Jeremy Monnett and Mechanic Mike Clark.
Its a party under the Space Shuttle, all for a good cause. Plus actor Greg Kinnear talks about wanting to become a pilot.
Dassault rolls out the Falcon 5X, in style.
Fly with the Breitling Jet Team. Learn upset recovery in an Extra 300. See a perfectly executed emergency landing from the pilot of a TBM Avenger.
Rep. Todd Rokita (R-Indiana) talks about the progress of Third Class Medical reform in Congress, how AOPA members can help get rid of the medical requirement, and the integration of unmanned aerial systems into the national airspace system.
Check out Cal Pacific where they rebuild P-51 Mustang fighters.
Big changes to the FAA's DUAT contracts.
A look at the Arsenal of Democracy Flyover to mark 70 years since VE Day.
AvGas powered Cessna 182 airplanes are back on the market.
The FAA announced three new focus areas for drone usage at the AUVSI convention in Atlanta.
Oklahoma Senate Bill 808 was signed into law. Find out what it means for airports in the Sooner State.
An old dog learns a new trick. Put that Aviat Husky in reverse!
A look at the ambitious plan to go from zero to ready to solo in one week.
Kestrel Aviation and Eclipse Aerospace merge to form ONE Aviation. Cirrus co-founder, Kestrel founder, and now ONE Aviation CEO Alan Klapmeier explains the benefits to the new company.
Honda Aircraft says the FAA has granted a provisional type certificate to the HondaJet.
AOPA President Mark Baker presented the Joseph B. “Doc” Hartranft Jr. Award to Rep. Bill Shuster (R-Pa.).
FreeFlight Systems will offer Automatic Dependent Surveillance-Broadcast (ADS-B) Out equipment priced below $2,000 for light general aviation aircraft.
John Goglia former member of the NTSB supports Third Class Medical Reform.
When America's wounded warriors need transportation, business aircraft operators rise to the occasion through the Veteran's Airlift Command. The VAC is celebrating their 10,000th passenger, SGT Jesse Murphree, USA.
We take a look at the thespian aviator's skillful emergency landing, and also talk about the Ryan PT-22 Recruit he was in, with the pilot who checked him out in it.
We asked, you listened. Now Members of Congress are up to their ailerons in letters that support third class medical reform legislation.
The new Brazilian mid sized jet has the features of a large jet, and the handling of a small one. With fly-by-wire control, this turbine Goldilocks is just right.
Want to fly around in a Pilatus PC-12NG? AOPA and Pilatus Aircraft are working together to give you a chance to fly the aircraft of missions for which it is well suited.
Hugh McFarland used his skills as an instrument pilot to talk a VFR pilot down through nearly 9000' of IMC. Now the Houston TRACON controller is one of several honored with the Archie Award.
Honeywell queries flight departments to figure out how many helicopters will be sold in the next five years.
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