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GAMA issues ‘mixed’ 2012 GA deliveries report

Article | Feb 12, 2013

General Aviation Manufacturers Association data for 2012 illustrate a year of flat or slightly declining sales in most segments of the fixed-wing market, with an increase in turboprop deliveries--and new products in the pipeline--suggesting signs of a long-awaited recovery.

Visual Approach

Pilot Magazine | Feb 01, 2013

Aviation photography by Mike Fizer

New Pelton venture to offer turboprop C421

Article | Jan 24, 2013

A turboprop version of the pressurized piston twin Cessna 421 will be the first offering of a new aircraft remanufacturer whose leaders include former Cessna President and CEO Jack Pelton, the company announced Jan. 23.

Argus TRAQPak: Flight activity flat in 2012

Article | Jan 17, 2013

Data compiled by Argus TRAQPak shows that flight activity in December 2012 was down and activity for the year was relatively flat.

Into Africa

Article | Dec 06, 2012

Whether they were shedding ice in the flight levels or stumbling on a street festival in the Canary Islands, Bob Jeffrey and David Robinson cherish the memories of flying a newly completed Lancair Evolution turboprop single from Redmond, Wash., to Johannesburg, South Africa.

General aviation manufacturers log increase in sales

Article | Nov 07, 2012

The General Aviation Manufacturers Association logged an uptick in deliveries through the third quarter, and urged lawmakers to settle the fiscal uncertainty that is believed to be dampening demand.

Kestrel uses pulse deice system

Article | Oct 29, 2012

Goodbye boots? The Kestrel single-engine turboprop will leverage an electro-mechanical expulsion deicing system on its wings instead of pneumatic boots.