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Now taking off: Flying Hogs Aero-Club

Article | Jul 14, 2014

A University of Arkansas student was inspired by AOPA to form a flying club.

Catch seminars, activities at AOPA’s new AirVenture location

Article | Jul 10, 2014

Attendees at EAA AirVenture can learn about advanced iPad flying or radio communication, meet AOPA President Mark Baker, or attend a Pilot Town Hall at the AOPA activity tent, part of the association’s expanded presence at the show.

Air show star Michael Goulian to serve as AOPA Ambassador

News release | Jul 10, 2014

Legendary air show and racing pilot Michael Goulian will serve as an “AOPA Ambassador,” the Association announced Thursday.

Airshow star Michael Goulian to serve as AOPA Ambassador

Article | Jul 10, 2014

Legendary airshow and racing pilot Michael Goulian will serve as an “AOPA Ambassador,” the association announced July 10.

Registration opens for AOPA Homecoming Fly-In

Article | Jul 10, 2014

Registration is now open for the AOPA Homecoming Fly-In Oct. 4, so sign up now for your free lunch and a day of educational seminars, meeting with fellow pilots, and more at AOPA’s home base.

Recruiting for a cause

Article | Jul 09, 2014

With hundreds of volunteer pilots logging hundreds of hours each year to support conservation, LightHawk offers pilots a chance to make a difference.

Pilot offers $12,000 scholarship through AOPA program

Article | Jul 01, 2014

A student pilot with a demonstrated financial need could earn $12,000 to complete his or her private pilot certificate and use any remaining funds for more advanced flight training or to put that new certificate to use.

Duluth institute honors Path to Aviation scholars

Article | Jun 30, 2014

The Duluth Aviation Institute, a 2013 AOPA Foundation “Giving Back” grant recipient, has issued awards to Minnesota middle school students for academic excellence in aviation.

'USA Today' report 'extremely flawed,' AOPA says

Article | Jun 18, 2014

A USA Today story, “Unfit for flight” published June 18, “gets the general aviation safety record wrong, it ignores efforts by the industry to make general aviation safer, and it violates basic tenets of fairness and accuracy when it comes to good journalism,” AOPA said in response to the article.

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Safety

Article | Jun 16, 2014

Thunderstorms cause relatively few accidents – on average, about five per year – but 75 percent of them are fatal.