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Gobosh LSA reborn as Aero AT-4

Article | Jan 24, 2012

Of the dozens of aircraft that converged on the Sebring U.S. Sport Aviation Expo Jan. 19 through 22, the Aero AT-4 had the most challenging journey. The Polish-made light sport aircraft was nearly grounded by U.S. Customs inspections, caught in a Catch-22: Inspectors sought an airworthiness certificate that could not be obtained until the aircraft cleared customs.

Waypoints

Article | Feb 01, 2007

Editor in Chief Thomas B. Haines owns a 1972 Beechcraft A36 Bonanza, which is aging quite gracefully.

Pilot Briefing

Article | Oct 01, 1999

AlliedSignal to acquire NavRadio NavRadio, the innovative company in Golden, Colorado, that is leading the way toward uplinked weather and other data for the general aviation pilot, has been purchased by AlliedSignal Aerospace Avionics and Lighting. AlliedSignal Aerospace President Frank Daly said that his company intends to lead the revolution toward high-speed data transmission needed to support graphical weather in the cockpit.

Pilot Briefing

Article | Oct 01, 1998

Malibu Meridian debuts at Piper The New Piper Aircraft's new Malibu Meridian turboprop flew for the first time on August 21, 10 days ahead of schedule and only eight days after being introduced to the public at a glitzy rollout event. The Meridian is Piper's first new airplane in nearly two decades.

AOPA Action

Article | Oct 01, 1997

NCARC Draft Still Recommending Higher Fuel Taxes for GA, User Fees The fourth draft of recommendations from the National Civil Aviation Review Commission (NCARC) suggests that general aviation pilots should pay higher fuel taxes. The final report is expected shortly.

Pilot Briefing

Article | Oct 01, 1996

Bob Jordan and Andy Scheidemantel are the winners of Sporty's Twin Katana Sweepstakes. Jordan is a student pilot and vice president of operations for Western Technical Services of Anaheim, California.