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Voters choose 16 in best aircraft challenge

Article | Mar 28, 2013

Click to see the latest bracket in the Best Aircraft Showdown. The dust has settled on the second round of the AOPA Best Aircraft Showdown, sponsored by Aero-Space Reports, and we’re down to 16.

Beechcraft emerges from bankruptcy, minus Hawker

Article | Feb 19, 2013

Beechcraft Corp. opened a new chapter in its history with a Feb. 19 announcement that the Chapter 11 bankruptcy process is complete.

Piper celebrates 75 years

Article | Nov 12, 2012

Hundreds of people were on hand and 84 aircraft - including Piper products that represented the company's lineage going back to the J-3 Cub - flew in to help Piper Aircraft Inc. celebrate its seventy-fifth anniversary Nov. 9 through 11.

Heard at NBAA2012

Article | Oct 31, 2012

Find out which manufacturing company's chairman apologized to customers, which Congressman said there is a "cease fire" on business aviation, and what it will take for the business jet industry to recover - all this heard at NBAA2012.

Hawker Beechcraft China deal collapses, jets jettisoned

Article | Oct 18, 2012

Hawker Beechcraft announced Oct. 18 that a purchase agreement with a Chinese buyer has been scuttled, and the company has charted a new course out of bankruptcy. That plan includes the sale or cessation of Hawker jet production, but would keep the piston and turboprop lines running.

Electroair ignition system approved for Continental, Lycoming

Article | Oct 12, 2012

Electroair on Oct. 12 received FAA approval for its four-cylinder Continental electronic ignition system to be installed on the Cessna 120, 140, and 150; American Champion 11, Diamond DA20, and Piper Cubs (O-200/IO-240 engines).

Parade of Planes kicks off Summit 2012

Article | Oct 10, 2012

A slideshow of images from the 2012 Parade of Planes.

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.