Garmin has entered the action cam market with the new VIRB.
The annual NTSB list of most wanted safety improvements again includes general aviation this year, and again focuses on loss of control. Much progress has been made improving safety and reducing accidents in recent years.
Paul Harrop talks with MzeroA's Jason Schappert about his new film Flying Again.
A Senate committee has approved the Pilot's Bill of Rights 2, putting third class medical reform over a major hurdle.
Decades in the making and conceived on a clean sheet with revolutionary ideas, the HondaJet received FAA type certification Dec. 9.
Kidney Stones have been added to the list of conditions an AME can issue... in the office.
Talk was centered on the threat of user fees at the 2015 National Business Aviation Association convention in Las Vegas.
AOPA Pilot Editor-at-Large Tom Horne looks at the airplanes on display at NBAA 2015
We are seeing movement on Third Class Medical Reform.
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.
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.
FAA announces a new compliance philosophy, where it will seek to educate and retrain pilots first, rather than start an enforcement action.
AOPA President Mark Baker provides an update on third class medical reform at the Colorado Springs Regional Fly-In.
Twenty-four individuals have been selected as winners of the 2015 AOPA Flight Training Scholarships, a program designed to help aviation trainees of all ages earn a pilot certificate.
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.
A notam issued Sept. 1 announced that, beginning Sept. 2, both ADS-B surveillance and TCAS may be unreliable along portions of the east coast.
While midair collisions remain rare, recent incidents including the fatal crash involving a Cessna 172 and a Sabreliner over Southern California prompted a fresh call for vigilance from the Air Safety Institute.
AOPA Online Editor Jim Moore takes us off to the drone races.
A tour of the Golden Wings Flying Museum in Anoka County, MN. Flying the Tecnam P2010. Learning to fly warbirds. Flying in FiFi, the only currently-flying B-29 Superfortress.
We check out the Ghost Drone. An Interview with teen superstar Ross Lynch of the band R5, he's a student pilot. We also preview the AOPA Minneapolis Regional Fly In. The Bugatti 100p is set to fly for the first time.
AOPA Sr VP Government Affairs chronicles Medical Reform setbacks and a new path forward.
Earlier this week, Sens. Joe Manchin (D-WV) and John Boozman (R-AR) filed an amendment that would add third class medical reform language to the highway bill now being debated in the Senate.
Regarding third class medical reform, Huerta said the FAA is working "continuously and diligently" on improvements--but he cautioned the audience that "the pilot perspective is not the only perspective" on this issue.
Bendix King announced a new electronic replacement for mechanical attitude indicators.
Aspen receives certification for it's integrated Angle of Attack indicator sooner than expected.
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