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Velocity’s V-Twin

Article | Aug 29, 2012

Most conventional twins would perform an involuntary roll toward the dead engine at this point - but not the V-Twin.

FAA updating flight inspection fleet for a NextGen world

Article | Jul 19, 2012

Across the country, and at military bases worldwide, FAA Flight Inspection Services crews come calling every time a new navaid or instrument procedure comes online. With NextGen, there are new capabilities and challenges for a team of more than 500 pilots, mechanics, technicians, and dispatchers who run a $60 million operation.

Oshkosh briefs

Article | Jun 28, 2012

Flying High Coffee fuels all of AirVenture If the air traffic controllers, volunteers, exhibitors, and staff working EAA AirVenture seemed bright-eyed, they might have Flying High Coffee to thank. The company has provided free coffee all week to everyone working the show, as well as free samples to AirVenture attendees.

Weather cameras add safety in Alaska

Advocacy | Jun 28, 2012

The view northeast from Anaktuvuk Pass, Alaska, isn't a pilot's dream: The air is opaque, and the overcast hides a pair of prominent peaks five and 11 miles away. Fortunately, a pilot planning an arrival wouldn't have to find out the bad news the hard way. A network of aviation cameras is giving Alaska aviators a nearly real-time glimpse of local conditions.

Hawker Beechcraft takes orders for G1000 upgrades

Article | May 31, 2012

With a supplemental type certificate now in place allowing Garmin G1000 suite installations in King Air 300/350 models, Hawker Beechcraft Services announced the first six orders are booked. The STC makes the G1000 an option throughout the King Air line.

Comanche pilots fly into Frederick

Article | May 31, 2012

Members of the International Comanche Society flew their distinctive single- and twin-engine aircraft into Maryland's Frederick Municipal Airport on May 26, where they visited AOPA's headquarters, celebrated general aviation, and discussed safety and proficiency.

UFO a flying mistress

Article | May 17, 2012

It's big and slow. The familiar green, red, and white navigation lights indicative of an airplane aren't visible. One bystander on the ground watches the craft fly low in the Ohio night sky, focusing on the oddly positioned white lights for clues.

Father of Twin Bee dies at 95

Article | Apr 18, 2012

Joseph Gigante, founder of STOL Aircraft in Norwood, Mass., where he designed and produced all multiengine conversions of the famous Twin Bee amphibious aircraft, has died at 95 at his home in Westwood, Mass.

AOPA Aviation Roundtable group descends on SimCom

Article | Mar 22, 2012

For some, it was a chance to visit an airplane from the past. For others, a chance to experience a whole new category of flying. For all, a chance to meet other pilots from across the country and share flying stories. Typical of AOPA Aviation Roundtable experiences, the strangers in the room became instant friends once aviation pleasantries were exchanged.

Warbirds, King Air, Skyhawk power through to advance

Article | Mar 20, 2012

To nobody's surprise, the Aeronca Champ was no match against the popularity of the P-51 Mustang. The stable Cessna 172 drew out the flight training vote to score the win over the Maule M-5, the King Air beat out the Robinson R22 and R44, and the F4U Corsair sent the Pilatus PC-12 packing.