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Flying high with Aaron Tippin

Article | Dec 03, 2012

A flight in a T-6 Texas was the highlight of a day with country music legend Aaron Tippin, but that wasn't all of the stops the star pulled out for one AOPA member.

Ownership: Tube and fabric 101

Pilot Magazine | Dec 01, 2012

Tips for the prospective owner.

Nose artist Jerri Bergen: Cowlings are her canvas

Article | Nov 27, 2012

Some artists paint portraits, others prefer landscapes. Jerri Bergen, however, paints noses--of aircraft.

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.

Aviation-themed park debuts at SC airport

Article | Nov 02, 2012

Walk through an entranceway fashioned from an aircraft fuselage, picnic, watch aircraft, play in an aviation-themed playground, or stroll along "walking runways" or a "perimeter taxiway" at this park.

EAA chairman: Only change is at the top

Article | Oct 25, 2012

Jack Pelton, the new chairman of the Experimental Aircraft Association, said the departure of CEO Rod Hightower will not change the organization's mission or priorities.

Hightower out at EAA

Article | Oct 22, 2012

In a surprise move, Experimental Aircraft Association President and CEO Rod Hightower stepped down on Oct. 22 and newly elevated EAA Chairman Jack Pelton agreed to run the 175,000-member organization on an interim basis

Summit news and product briefs

Article | Oct 11, 2012

Aero & Marine offers California use tax service Even nonresidents can be hit with a use tax for using, storing, or registering an aircraft in California, Aero & Marine Tax Professionals’ Tom Alston warned at AOPA Aviation Summit. However, many pilots who use their aircraft for business can use a commercial interstate flight hours test to avoid the tax legally, Alston said.