Ian J Twombly

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Flight Outfitters introduces new bags

Article | 2015, 05 22

When it comes to certain types of gear, aviation has no shortage of choices. Now pilots have two more choices with Lift and Thrust, courtesy of new manufacturer Flight Outfitters.

Drone school opens for business

Article | 2015, 05 22

Auburn University has been granted a waiver to operate a commercial drone school that will be open to the public.

Cessna halts orders for diesel Cessna 182

Article | 2015, 05 14

Cessna Aircraft has confirmed no new purchase agreements are being accepted for the Cessna 182 JT-A diesel-engine Skylane, and numerous dealers have confirmed the project is on hold indefinitely.

Pilots: Simulator Guru

Pilot Magazine | 2015, 05 12

“For a lot of people, Flight Sim was this great fantasy,” he says of the product’s massive appeal. “Virtual airlines started before the Internet.”

Civil Air Patrol buys gas engine Cessna 182s

Article | 2015, 05 11

The Civil Air Patrol ordered 17 gasoline-powered Cessna Skylane 182s in April as the diesel Skylane JT-A waits for certification.

Cirrus Aircraft's Vision comes to Knoxville

Article | 2015, 05 06

Cirrus Aircraft's long-awaited jet program took a big step forward this week when the company announced that deliveries and training would take place in a new Knoxville, Tennessee-based facility.

AOPA Foundation thanks pilots for giving back

Article | 2015, 04 24

Dozens of AOPA Foundation supporters gathered April 24 at the Sun 'n Fun International Fly-In and Expo. They were joined by foundation staff who had a simple message: Thank you.

Lightspeed announces Pilots Choice Awards finalists

Article | 2015, 04 24

Twelve charities are hoping their story resonates with you this year as part of the sixth annual Lightspeed Aviation Pilots Choice Awards.

Welcome to America, P2010

Article | 2015, 04 23

Tecnam is still viewed by many as a light sport aircraft company, despite having certified a twin-engine airplane (the P2006T) for the U.S. market. The single-engine P2010 should change that.

Baker delivers association update over coffee and donuts

Article | 2015, 04 23

There's a fundamental law in aviation that if you offer coffee and donuts, pilots will come. That was true April 22 for more than 250 AOPA members at Sun 'n Fun who came to see AOPA President Mark Baker give an update on the association.