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Stratus now records

Article | 2014, 11 20

A ForeFlight update to version 6.4 also updates a connected Stratus ADS-B receiver, enabling a new flight data recording feature.

Airbus crafts 'disruptive' technology

Article | 2014, 11 19

An electric two-seater, a glider made to soar above the stratosphere, and a supersonic business jet all have something in common: backing from Airbus.

An unforgettable hour

Article | 2014, 11 19

Patty Wagstaff is a patient teacher, with the skill and experience to get the most out of the Extra 300L—and her student.

Ryan to lead BendixKing

Article | 2014, 11 19

Former U.S. Navy aviator and longtime general aviation pilot (and AOPA member) Justin Ryan has been tapped to lead BendixKing.

Shape-shifting flap takes flight

Article | 2014, 11 17

Wing flaps that can bend and twist instead of extending and retracting have passed initial flight tests and continue to show significant promise

Small airplanes bounce back

Article | 2014, 11 13

An upswing in the long-languishing small aircraft market is among the indications that have one analyst predicting the doldrums may finally be behind us.

Clubs made Sporty's possible

Article | 2014, 11 12

Sporty’s Pilot Shop founder Hal Shevers said he might never have made aviation his career if not for local flying clubs.

Laser defense for pilots

Article | 2014, 11 12

A thin film made with a cutting-edge technique could soon render laser attacks on cockpits harmless.

Solar switch: Pioneer shifts to future without pilots

Article | 2014, 11 06

A tri-motor aircraft with the sun as its energy source, Sunstar represents a bit of a departure for Solar Flight. After 30 years of building and innovation, Eric Raymond said it is time to shift the vision, and remove the pilot from the equation.

Tragedy close to home

Article | 2014, 10 24

A collision near Frederick Municipal Airport Oct. 23 claimed three lives and left the local aviation community–including AOPA–in mourning.