Aircraft Types

Aircraft Types

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Garmin G3X Touch gets smaller

Garmin is offering a downsized version of its popular G3X Touch designed for tight experimental and light sport panels.

Jul 23, 2014

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Surveillance by Cirrus

Cirrus Aircraft is adapting its popular SR22-series aircraft for surveillance and related missions.

Jul 23, 2014

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AOPA moves to a new, central location for AirVenture 2014

AOPA has a new, expanded location at EAA AirVenture this year, across from the historic brown arch that serves as the gateway to the airshow and fly-by action at Wittman Regional Airport.

Jul 23, 2014
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Single Engine

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Surveillance by Cirrus

Cirrus Aircraft is adapting its popular SR22-series aircraft for surveillance and related missions.

Jul 23, 2014

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New ATP rule clarification offered before Aug. 1 changes

Pilots pursuing a multiengine airplane airline transport pilot certificate should be clear on the new ATP certificate requirements that will go into effect on Aug. 1.

Jul 22, 2014

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Training Tip: Too good on takeoff

Unable to climb, and unable to lower the nose to accelerate without contacting the ground, he is in a spot.

Jul 21, 2014 | comments
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Business Jet

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Textron on a (special) mission

Textron Aviation, parent of both Cessna and Beechcraft, is pushing the intelligence and surveillance capabilities of its GA product line at the Farnborough International Airshow.

Jul 16, 2014

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Citation X+ delivered

Cessna’s Citation X+, an updated (and faster) version of the 1996 Collier Trophy winner, has been delivered. The company announced FAA certification and first delivery on June 26.

Jun 30, 2014

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Cessnas deliver Special Olympians to games

More than 100 Cessna aircraft delivered hundreds of athletes to the start of the 2014 Special Olympics USA Games in New Jersey on June 14.

Jun 17, 2014 | comments
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Experimental

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Garmin G3X Touch gets smaller

Garmin is offering a downsized version of its popular G3X Touch designed for tight experimental and light sport panels.

Jul 23, 2014

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AOPA moves to a new, central location for AirVenture 2014

AOPA has a new, expanded location at EAA AirVenture this year, across from the historic brown arch that serves as the gateway to the airshow and fly-by action at Wittman Regional Airport.

Jul 23, 2014

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AOPA MOVES TO A NEW, CENTRAL LOCATION FOR AIRVENTURE 2014

The Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association (AOPA) has a new, expanded location at AirVenture this year, across from the historic brown arch that serves as the gateway to the airshow and fly-by action at Wittman Regional Airport (KOSH).

Jul 22, 2014
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Light Sport Aircraft

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Garmin G3X Touch gets smaller

Garmin is offering a downsized version of its popular G3X Touch designed for tight experimental and light sport panels.

Jul 23, 2014

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The Flying Neutrons: Safety, friendship, affordable flying

The Flying Neutrons club was originally formed by GE engineers.

Jul 21, 2014

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New light sport amphib to be announced at Oshkosh

A new amphibious light sport aircraft that promises to be a direct competitor to the Icon A5 will be announced at EAA AirVenture by MVP.aero.

Jul 10, 2014
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Seaplane

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Big city seaplanes

A seaplane base on the East River turns an hours-long drive from Manhattan to the Hamptons into a brief flight.

Jul 15, 2014

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Water lacking, floatplanes launch from trailer

A half-ton Dodge truck lines up on the centerline. As the pickup accelerates, the floatplane trailered behind it adds power, lifts off, banks left, and departs: just another floatplane launch by Joe Sprague of Cadillac Aircraft Services in Cadillac, Mich.

Apr 24, 2014 | comments

Advocacy

Alaska seminar launches float season

Alaska seaplane pilots will gather at Lake Hood April 26 for a day of free seminars, briefings, and conversation to kick off the season.

Apr 17, 2014
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Turboprop

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Quick Look: King Air 100

Beech has a long history of introducing successful derivatives of the King Air, the world’s most popular business twin turboprop.

May 13, 2014

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Briefing: Record-setter

Airshow performer Spencer Suderman appears to have set a new world record with an 81-turn, three-minute-plus inverted flat spin in a Pitts S–2B that took him from 23,000 feet to less than 2,000 feet over the California desert.

May 13, 2014

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Vulcanair announces four-seat piston single

Italian twin-engine airplane manufacturer Vulcanair stepped into the single-engine certified aircraft market April 9 with the announcement of a 180-horsepower, four-seat single.

Apr 10, 2014 | comments
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