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Study finds wildlife not stressed by recreational aircraft

Article | Apr 14, 2016

Wildlife experiences no significant increase in stress as a result of recreational aircraft activity, according to a study released by the Recreational Aviation Foundation

EAA, Dynon announce STC for Cessna, Piper aircraft

Article | Apr 06, 2016

The Experimental Aircraft Association and Dynon Avionics announced April 6 that they have obtained FAA approval of a supplemental type certificate that will enable owners of certain Cessna and Piper models to install Dynon's EFIS-D10A as an attitude indicator replacement.

Women share secrets of success

Article | Mar 17, 2016

Women who have climbed to the top of their aviation fields and completed feats many would have thought impossible shared secrets to their success during the twenty-seventh annual International Women in Aviation Conference March 10 through 12 in Nashville.

Drone registrations surpass aircraft registrations

Article | Mar 15, 2016

More than 400,000 operators have registered their drones, FAA Administrator Michael Huerta announced March 11, surpassing the number of aircraft in the U.S. registry, which is more than 320,000.

AOPA Women in Aviation chapter awards scholarship

Article | Mar 11, 2016

High school student Ty'Niyah Harris received a lift from AOPA's Women in Aviation International Chapter March 10--a $3,000 scholarship to help her pursue her flight training dreams.

NASA wins Collier

Article | Mar 10, 2016

The Dawn spacecraft, a NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory mission to the distant reaches of our solar system, has won the 2015 Robert J. Collier Trophy.

Florida airport campsite draws a crowd

Article | Mar 09, 2016

An airport campsite developed by the members of a Florida aviation community is becoming a popular spot for pilots in search of recreation destinations.

FAA begins vetting B-29 'Doc'

Article | Mar 09, 2016

The FAA begins the airworthiness certificate process March 14 in Wichita for the B-29 bomber named "Doc."

Record attempt celebrates aviatrices

Article | Mar 09, 2016

Aviation enthusiasts around the world had 15 minutes to test their paper airplane-folding skills for a record attempt celebrating women of aviation.

Women of Aviation prep for paper airplane record

Article | Mar 07, 2016

Aviation enthusiasts are polishing their paper airplane-folding techniques for a March 8 Women of Aviation Worldwide attempt to make the most paper airplanes in 15 minutes.