Jim Moore

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FAA makes UAS moves

Article | 2015, 05 06

The FAA announced May 6 new industry partnerships and a new app to help keep unmanned aircraft flying safely.

Mission fulfills final wish

Article | 2015, 05 06

Geraldine “Jerrie” Mock, the first woman to circumnavigate the world solo, had her final wish carried out by friends flying in formation to scatter her ashes.

New Hampshire airport's fate goes to town vote

Advocacy | 2015, 05 06

Residents will vote May 12 on the future of Parlin Field in Newport, New Hampshire, with many supporters rallying behind their local airport.

Destination confusion

Article | 2015, 05 05

The NTSB has urged the FAA to change procedures and update software to help avoid wrong-airport landings.

Morphing wing passes test

Article | 2015, 05 04

Control surfaces designed to flex in flight have aerodynamic advantages demonstrated by collaboration between NASA, the U.S. Air Force, and a Michigan company.

Bell to lay off 1,100 employees

Article | 2015, 05 01

Low oil prices, the V-22 Osprey, and U.S. Army surplus sales likely all play a role in job cuts at Bell Helicopter, an analyst said.

Diamond DA62 EASA-certified

Article | 2015, 04 30

Diamond Aircraft’s new flagship, the diesel piston twin DA62, has been certified in Europe. The twin comes in two configurations, with five seats or seven.

Presidential restoration

Article | 2015, 04 29

Former presidential aircraft Columbine II, which may have been the first to fly as “Air Force One,” is on track for restoration.

Grant put to good work

Article | 2015, 04 29

A California pilot group demonstrated the power of general aviation to respond in times of need, putting an AOPA Foundation grant to good use.

IFR for ATC

Article | 2015, 04 28

Nashua Flight Simulator and Daniel Webster College are collaborating to help air traffic controllers of the future understand what it's like in the soup.