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First Air Force One flies again

Article | Mar 24, 2016

A Lockheed Constellation named “Columbine II,” the first aircraft to fly as Air Force One, arrived in Virginia March 23 under its own power.

Piper trims M-class prices

Article | Mar 23, 2016

Piper Aircraft Inc. has cut prices on the lower end of the M-class turboprops, anticipating the arrival of the M600 to top it off.

AOPA helps drone operators unravel FAA rules

Advocacy | Mar 22, 2016

Drone pilots operating near airports can get help deciphering FAA guidance and learn more about best practices from a new AOPA fact sheet.

Remos GXiS to hit US market

Article | Mar 17, 2016

Remos AG, the German maker of light sport aircraft, has announced a new model, new management, and a new distribution center for North America.

Drone designed to save lives

Article | Mar 17, 2016

The Vapor 55 unmanned helicopter can spot sharks near beaches, drop life rafts to swimmers in distress, and carry life-saving medical supplies to wounded soldiers.

Drone registrations surpass aircraft registrations

Article | Mar 15, 2016

More than 400,000 operators have registered their drones, FAA Administrator Michael Huerta announced March 11, surpassing the number of aircraft in the U.S. registry, which is more than 320,000.

Rans tailwheel airplane approved as light sport

Article | Mar 14, 2016

The FAA has granted approval of the $119,000 Rans S-20LS Raven as a light sport aircraft.

FAA begins vetting B-29 'Doc'

Article | Mar 09, 2016

The FAA begins the airworthiness certificate process March 14 in Wichita for the B-29 bomber named "Doc."

TBM 900 gets safety upgrades

Article | Mar 08, 2016

Daher, the French manufacturer that builds the TBM 900 single-engine turboprop, announced several new safety enhancements to the airplane at the recent Singapore Airshow.

Piper delays M600 to third quarter

Article | Mar 07, 2016

It was back to the drawing board for Piper engineers after the single-engine turboprop M600 failed to make speed goals that owners said they needed.