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Turtle airlift

Article | Nov 25, 2014

Pilots and aircraft owners have volunteered to transport hundreds of sea turtles rescued in Massachusetts to facilities equipped to care for them.

Sneak peek at new AviationWeather.gov

Article | Mar 20, 2014

A design refresh of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s Aviation Weather Center/Aviation Digital Data Service (ADDS) website will go live March 25.

Culture of the smallest corps

Pilot Magazine | Mar 11, 2014

Loaded light for a short flight, the Twin Otter leapt skyward.

Training Tip: Airspace in a flash

Article | Mar 11, 2014

On any route, the current combination of flight conditions and airspace can present a myriad of decisions to ponder.

Developers pitch five aviation apps

Apps of the week | Jan 28, 2014

Developers make their pitch for five apps that cover everything from IFR communications to pireps.

A careful balance

Article | Nov 14, 2013

Pilots of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration handle risk with teamwork, blending science and adventure in a unique flying job.

Tornado devastates Nebraska airport

Article | Oct 07, 2013

A tornado that wreaked destruction in Nebraska spent much of its wrath on the town of Wayne, where the airport took an especially hard hit.

Stay up to date on crazy weather with these apps

Article | Jun 18, 2013

With all of the crazy weather pilots are experiencing across the country, check out these five weather apps to stay up to date on changing conditions.

Don’t let the mountain siren lure you

Article | Mar 26, 2013

Mountain flying can be a captivating adventure along beautiful valleys, over brilliant mountain lakes, and above sprawling icy-blue and -green glaciers as you climb to cross a mountain saddle or circumnavigate a peak—and once again continue the spectacular journey. But along with their beauty, mountains harbor lurking dangers that can snag a flight in one unforgiving moment.