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Powder River MOA

Video | Dec 05, 2014

The Air Force wants to expand the Powder River training complex to cover parts of Montana, Wyoming, and North and South Dakota. AOPA is working to address the impact this will have on G-A pilots in the area as the airspace proposal moves to the next stage.

AOPA, FAA ease holiday travel headache in Massachusetts

Advocacy | Dec 04, 2014

While East Coast travelers faced challenging conditions in the air and on the ground leading up to the Thanksgiving holiday, AOPA and the FAA worked quickly to ease general aviation pilots’ travel concerns stemming from a vice presidential TFR.

New FAA rule allows more sim time for instrument training

Advocacy | Dec 03, 2014

The FAA has doubled the number of training device hours pilots may count toward an instrument rating following a request from AOPA.

Mediator proposed in East Hampton airport debate

Advocacy | Dec 02, 2014

AOPA is calling on municipal officials of East Hampton, New York, to seek the services of an independent mediator to address a long-running dispute.

Tax exemptions draw aviation business to Colorado Springs

Advocacy | Dec 02, 2014

A Colorado city that once touched off an “exodus” of general aviation aircraft from its airport by taxing aircraft, parts, and related equipment has reversed course.

Powder River environmental statement finalized

Advocacy | Dec 01, 2014

The U.S. Air Force has released its final environmental impact statement for an enormous military airspace complex, but the statement appears to largely overlook concerns raised by the general aviation community.

AOPA promises to keep working toward overdue medical reform

Advocacy | Nov 26, 2014

Third class medical reform is taking too long, but AOPA will keep advocating for change and the prospects for reform in 2015 are good.

Chicago fire review released

Article | Nov 25, 2014

The FAA is working to automate a contingency plan developed on the fly when Chicago Center was taken out by arson from within Sept. 26.

Proposed hotel too tall for site near Maryland airport

Advocacy | Nov 25, 2014

AOPA has urged College Park, Maryland, to make approval of a hotel construction project near the city airport conditional on reducing the building’s height.