June 1, 2006
Waypoints: Can't we all get along? (May 2004)
Skyhawk SP Flies On (January 2003)
Budget Buys: Pick Your Own Skyhawk (October 2001)
Cessna T182T Skylane: Pilgrimage to the Plains (June 2001)
Waypoints: Goodbye, old friend (October 1999)
Cessna Skyhawk SP: Ponying Up the Skyhawk (September 1998)
Waypoints: A new phase of life (February 1997)
First New 172: A Tradition Continues (December 1996)
Newfound Independence (September 1996)
Bush Hawk (June 1996)
First New 172: Skyhawks in the Works (April 1996)
Wish List: Uniquely Common (April 1995)
Everyman's Airplane (May 1992)
Web Links for AOPA Pilot (April 2006)
AOPA Sweepstakes 1993: Good As New 172
AOPA Sweepstakes 1994: Better Than New 172
AOPA Sweepstakes 1995: First New Cessna 172
Cessna Aircraft Company
Cessna Flyer Association
Cessna Owner Organization
Cessna Pilots Association
Cessna Wings for the World: The Single-Engine Cessna Development Story (by William D. Thompson, one of the original developers of the Cessna 172)
The Type Club Coalition is the latest group to join AOPA in urging a quick review of proposed reforms to the third class medical.
Aerospace and defense giant Lockheed Martin stirred the pot with an Oct. 15 announcement that compact fusion could power vehicles, even aircraft, within a decade. Skeptics were quick to speak up, while Lockheed filed for patents and hopes to find partners in government, academia, and industry.
Here’s a riddle: What job requires a private pilot certificate, but never asks you to leave the ground?
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