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Mentor Matters Jet landing distance calculations

Pilot Magazine | Aug 01, 2013

Examining light jet accident statistics, it’s immediately clear that pilots going off the end of the runway are responsible for a lion’s share of bent metal. When considering how manufacturers derive the performance information that tells a pilot how much landing runway is needed, this fact becomes more understandable.

Five flight data apps

Article | Jul 19, 2013

These five flight data apps help pilots with planning and flying.

AOPA seeks more data on pilot detentions, inspections

Article | Jul 02, 2013

AOPA has set up a handy online form for pilots to report their own experiences with Customs and Border Protection, and a handy kneeboard checklist that is available online, and will be published in the August issue of AOPA Pilot.

AOPA seeks more data on pilot detentions, inspections

Article | Jul 02, 2013

AOPA has set up a handy online form for pilots to report their own experiences with Customs and Border Protection, and a handy kneeboard checklist that is available online, and will be published in the August issue of AOPA Pilot.

AOPA urges members to participate in FAA’s GA survey

Article | Jun 28, 2013

AOPA is encouraging members to participate in the thirty-fifth annual General Aviation and Part 135 Activity Survey.

FAA prepares for annual GA survey

Article | May 30, 2013

The FAA begins work in early June on its annual General Aviation and Part 135 Activity Survey for calendar year 2012.

AOPA seeks comment extension on proposed FAA data policy

Article | May 23, 2013

AOPA wants the FAA to extend the comment period on a proposed data distribution policy that could impact the public's access to FAA data.

How do you become a civilian test pilot? Go back to school

Article | Apr 25, 2013

Say "test pilot," and whose name comes to mind? For most people, it's Chuck Yeager, the first test pilot to break the sound barrier in the Bell X-1 in 1947.

NTSB session seeks to better document accident investigations

Article | Apr 17, 2013

When the National Transportation Safety Board invited industry groups and government agencies to discuss areas the NTSB should better document in general aviation accident investigations, AOPA and the AOPA Foundation’s Air Safety Institute responded with suggestions based on years of research and experience producing safety-focused training materials for pilots. After the April 3 NTSB “listening session,” AOPA President Craig Fuller called on NTSB Chairman Deborah A.P.