Recreational Aviation Foundation
Pilot Magazine | Apr 04, 2012
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Advocacy | Apr 02, 2012
Protecting pilots and antique aircraft, the beginning and foundation of general aviation, were the focus of a town hall hosted by Rep. Sam Graves (R-Mo.) March 31 at Sun 'n Fun in Lakeland, Fla.
Article | Mar 28, 2012
Friendships are forged around campfires, particularly in the backcountry, where pilots seek out pathless woods and scenic vistas. One of the first jobs to be done after securing an aircraft in the midst of natural wonders is lighting a fire, as AOPA President Craig Fuller noted March 27 at Sun 'n Fun.
Article | Mar 26, 2012
Campfires and camaraderie are synonymous with aviation gatherings for many pilots. For those who jet from one destination to another never exploring what's outside of a fixed-base operation, the Recreational Aviation Foundation is ready to broaden your horizon.
Advocacy | Mar 08, 2012
Washington joined a group of 13 states with laws that clearly include aviation in recreational use statutes protecting property owners from liability when access to private property is provided without charge.
Advocacy | Mar 02, 2012
South Dakota Gov. Dennis Daugaard has signed a bill backed by AOPA and the Recreational Aviation Foundation that should broaden public access to private landing strips by providing liability exemptions for the landowners.
Article | Feb 29, 2012
Pilot Getaways has acquired the American Air Campers Association (AACA) and its database of more than 620 public airports that offer camping facilities.
Advocacy | Feb 15, 2012
AOPA is working with Washington state pilots and the Recreational Aviation Foundation to support legislation that would clarify liability protection for private airfield owners.
Advocacy | Feb 09, 2012
Recreational aviation and backcountry strips in US Forest Service lands recently received a much-needed lift. Forest Service planners must now consider aviation in their plans, whether it be preserving or maintaining backcountry strips.
Advocacy | Jan 19, 2012
Aviation voices are now being heard as the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) drafts its plans for managing federal land holdings in the Colorado River Valley.