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New Meridian: Piper updates pressurized turbine single

Article | 2015, 01 27

Piper’s latest edition of the Meridian pressurized turboprop features updated avionics and six seats in club configuration for $2.26 million.

FAA clarifies CFI checkride requirement

Advocacy | 2015, 01 23

AOPA worked with the flight training industry and FAA to quickly resolve a problem that suddenly put many rating applications on hold.

Building connections

Advocacy | 2015, 01 23

AOPA Central Southwest Regional Manager Yasmina Platt nurtured the goodwill of Arkansas lawmakers, helping arrange for them an inside look at air traffic technology.

Cuba by GA may take time

Article | 2015, 01 22

General aviation operators may have to wait a while longer before flying to Cuba (particularly under Part 91).

No cable mandate coming

Advocacy | 2015, 01 22

The FAA has determined that an existing special airworthiness information bulletin is sufficient, and will not echo Australia’s new limits on certain control cable aseemblies.

Air Shepherd targets poachers

Article | 2015, 01 21

Air Shepherd is a nonprofit organization created by the Lindbergh Foundation to support the same approach to fighting poachers that proved successful against insurgents and terrorists who plant roadside bombs.

Vision training

Article | 2015, 01 21

Seven years of scientific research has produced a mobile application that significantly improved the vision of pilots, among other test subjects.

New lease for LAX landmark

Article | 2015, 01 20

A restaurant with a view of Los Angeles International Airport built as a tribute to aviation heroes is poised to land a new lease.

Crash at Sebring show kills two

Article | 2015, 01 20

An amphibious ultralight crashed near the runway at Sebring Regional Airport in Florida during the U.S. Sport Aviation Expo Jan. 16, killing the two men aboard.

Learjet 85 program stalls

Article | 2015, 01 16

Bombardier Inc. shares tumbled following an announcement that the company would ‘pause’ the Learjet 85 program, lay off 1,000 workers, and write off $1.4 billion.