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San Marcos Municipal: An airport rich with history welcomes you

Article | Apr 14, 2014

The site of AOPA's first regional fly-in is at once modern and rich with history, and ready to welcome pilots.

Training Tip: The fly-in factor

Article | Apr 11, 2014

Applying your aeronautical “book knowledge” is one way events like the AOPA Regional Fly-Ins can raise your experience level and whet your appetite for aviation.

The ‘baby student’

Article | Apr 11, 2014

Nicknamed the "baby student" when he learned to fly, because he was the youngest student at the airport, Ed Adams is one of only a dozen charter members still on the AOPA membership rolls.

A fortuitous youth

Article | Apr 11, 2014

Clarence A. “Clancy” Hess, 92, of Lockport, Illinois, is one of only a dozen charter members still on the AOPA rolls. His early life brought him together with many of aviation's biggest names.

Michigan group seeks support for medical exemption bill

Advocacy | Apr 10, 2014

The Michigan Aeronautics Commission is asking the FAA and the state’s congressional delegation to support legislation that would let more pilots fly without medical certification.

Changing perceptions, growing numbers

Article | Apr 10, 2014

Fly It Forward events held in 96 locations on four continents gave 5,703 girls and women their first general aviation experience.

AOPA Fly-ins: Indianapolis

Pilot Magazine | Apr 10, 2014

The airport’s FBO, Indy Jet; Indianapolis-area EAA chapters; and the Indianapolis Aviation Authority are working with AOPA to make the May 31 fly-in an event to remember.

Seeing the light

Article | Apr 10, 2014

After becoming a charter member of AOPA, Bill Bailey utilized general aviation to build a successfull lighting business, flying to make sales calls and solve problems. Today he is one of only a dozen charter members still on the AOPA membership rolls.

Never again: Snakes alive!

Pilot Magazine | Apr 08, 2014

Once upon a time, two men were flying in a Bonanza across Florida, from St. Petersburg to Vero Beach. It was a warm day, VFR weather, but with occasional isolated showers that are typical of that part of the country.

How we'll fly in 2089

Pilot Magazine | Apr 08, 2014

General aviation’s future depends on dealing with higher costs and on making do with less, says industry analyst Richard Aboulafia.