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Pilot Briefing

Pilot Magazine | Aug 01, 2011

The elephant at AirVenture The elephant in the room at this year’s EAA AirVenture is a 246-foot-long Zeppelin, the Farmers Airship, that will be offering $400 rides for 45 minutes above the Oshkosh show and surrounding areas. The airship is operated by Airship Ventures, based at Moffett Field in California, and gives rides along the West Coast from Long Beach to Seattle.

FAA replaces D.C. SFRA notam

Article | Jul 01, 2010

The FAA has issued two revised notams for the Washington D.C. Special Flight Rules Area (SFRA); however, the new notams will have little impact on general aviation.

'AOPA Pilot' Online

Pilot Magazine | Oct 01, 2009

D-JET Dawn Sunset over Ontario is the tranquil setting for the dawn of a new entry into the very light jet market, as you’ll see when you get your first look at the Diamond D-JET in our online video. Climb into the cockpit with Editor at Large Tom Horne, who was the very first aviation journalist to fly not only the D-JET, but any single-engine personal jet.

AOPA Action: California Edition

Article | Jul 01, 2008

Van Nuys ‘Prop Park’ gains ground AOPA is pleased to report that plans to turn the former Air National Guard ramp area at Van Nuys Airport into a parking area for light general aviation aircraft are gaining both clarity and momentum. A $6-million contract to level existing buildings and remove hazardous materials has been signed, and construction of new facilities is slated to begin in May 2009.

Pilot Magazine | Nov 01, 2007

AOPA's new Web site passes the checkride Excitement laced with tenseness was undeniably present at AOPA headquarters in Frederick, Maryland, during the wee hours of Wednesday, September 19, 2007. The new launched that day at the crack of dawn after the site had been declared ready for prime time by AOPA's ePublishing and information and technology development teams.

AOPA's Airport Support Network 10-Year Anniversary

Article | Oct 01, 2007

Harnessing the power of a nationwide network Initiative. It's a word AOPA embraces.

AOPA Action in California

Article | Mar 01, 2007

A 'nasty' fight develops in San Diego Local pilots, San Diego city attorneys, state officials, and AOPA are battling Sunroad Enterprises in the Superior Court of California because Sunroad refuses to shorten a new tall building located seven-tenths of a mile from a Montgomery Field runway. The FAA has determined that the height of the building at 180 feet not only would pose a threat to visual aircraft operations but also would affect circling minimums for IFR aircraft, and the agency has asked repeatedly that the building be deconstructed down to 160 feet.

President's Position

Pilot Magazine | Mar 01, 2007

Under President Phil Boyer's leadership, AOPA has become one of the top 100 associations in the country. Outside of operating a nuclear reactor, aviation is one of the most tightly regulated and controlled industries in existence today.

Flying Seasons

Pilot Magazine | Dec 01, 2006

What looks pretty from the air can be a problem when you land This article launches a 13-part series highlighting the types of accidents that occur in a particular season of the year. Each month we'll look at a primary accident cause, examine the reasons for the accidents, and provide tips and advice on how to avoid those accidents.

AOPA Action in California

Pilot Magazine | Nov 01, 2005

Truckee-Tahoe Airport seen as battleground Are the three board members of the Truckee-Tahoe Airport District planning on violating rules that came with past FAA airport grants? It looks that way to supporters, and AOPA officials have identified Truckee-Tahoe Airport as the potential site of the country's next big airport battle. After winning a majority of the five airport board seats last year, noise opponents have now delayed accepting an additional $450,000 in federal grant money that might restrict their ability to impose noise or growth limits on the airport.