Alternative means of compliance provides way for grounded aircraft to get back in the air.
Medical certificate reform, user fees for some, and a privatized air traffic control system, all in the just introduced Aviation Innovation, Reform and Reauthorization Act.
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.
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