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Time traveler

Pilot Magazine | Mar 11, 2014

The last of the 1.5 gallons of oil chugs into the left engine’s tank, satisfying the big Pratt & Whitney R-985—for now.

Weekend seaplane odyssey

Article | Nov 13, 2013

As a baker's dozen of pilots discover, moving five seaplanes--four of them on straight floats--1,200 nm from Minneapolis to Florida is an adventure in flying, and a lesson in human relations.

Baker splashes in—literally

Slideshow | Oct 07, 2013

AOPA President Mark Baker attended the newly launched Lake Gaston Resort Seaplane Splash-In Oct. 5 in southern Virginia and, flying in a 1947 Republic Seabee, literally splashed in.

Italian aero club marks century of seaplane flying

Article | Oct 02, 2013

A hundred years of seaplane flying from a lake renowned as one of Europe's most stunning resorts was to be celebrated Oct. 5.

Greenville Seaplane Fly-In celebrates 40th year

Slideshow | Sep 18, 2013

At a time when airports are hemmed in by high fences, barbed wire, and security gates, seaplanes provide rare direct public access to airplanes.

Tacoma sees new seaplane access as asset for city

Article | Jun 20, 2013

Tacoma, Wash., officials celebrated the opening of a new floatplane dock at the mouth of the Thea Foss Waterway.

Virginia looks to expand landing areas, pilot population

Article | Jun 20, 2013

Virginia, mindful of the need to build the next generation of pilots, is looking to expand turf runways and supporting the seaplane community as well.

Pilot Briefing: Everything under the sun

Pilot Magazine | Jun 01, 2013

Brazil’s brand-new Wega arrived in the United States in April. The Wega is an all-composite, Experimental-category airplane built in the Santa Catarina district in Brazil.

Bill to ban seaplanes on Oregon’s Waldo Lake opposed

Article | Mar 27, 2013

With temporary rules that restored floatplane access to Oregon’s Waldo Lake less than a year old, AOPA and the aviation community are moving to oppose a bill that would re-impose a ban on floatplanes’ use of the lake. AOPA’s advocacy effort is focused on the Oregon House of Representatives, where Senate Bill 602 was headed after an 18-11vote for passage in the state Senate.

Troubling aircraft title issues

Article | Mar 25, 2013

Ron Golden Attorney, Counsel to AOPA More than 30 years of aviation legal experience Serves on the Board of Directors, Seaplane Pilots Association Pilot since 1975, owns a Cessna Cardinal RG PPS participants-only:Article archives >> Troubling aircraft title issues Buying or selling an aircraft? Be careful. Over the years, we become complacent.