Annual Inspection

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Are you really good to go if it doesn’t say so?

Article | Jun 26, 2013

Why do we keep hearing stories about pilots picking up their aircraft after having maintenance done and not verifying the proper maintenance log entry? Owners, pilots, and mechanics all share in the blame.

Club Spotlight

Article | May 13, 2013

The Bowman Eagles was formed 10 years ago for one purpose--to have tailwheel aircraft available to fly.

March IA renewals will require documentation of activity

Advocacy | Mar 04, 2013

Aviation mechanics with inspection authorization must renew their certificates by March 31, and AOPA is reminding members who must renew that under a new FAA policy certificate holders must show that they have been "actively engaged" in the work.

NBAA2012 by the numbers

Article | Oct 31, 2012

Which jet can go 6,000 nautical miles at Mach 0.90? How many Hawker Beechcraft jets could lose warranty coverage, and how much debt is the company shedding in bankruptcy?

Hawker Beechcraft reveals details of failed Chinese deal

Article | Oct 29, 2012

A complex agreement with cultural and language barriers and the need for approval from the U.S. and Chinese governments ultimately doomed Superior Aviation Beijing's bid for Hawker Beechcraft.

Convention attendees: Join the discussion of GA issues

Advocacy | Aug 15, 2012

Will you be attending the Republican National Convention Aug. 27 through 30 or the Democratic National Convention Sept. 4 through 6? AOPA wants to know.

AOPA puts GA on the table at GOP, Democratic conventions

Advocacy | Jul 19, 2012

Politicians, delegates, and a host of interest groups will converge this summer on the Republican and Democratic national conventions, and while nominations and speeches will dominate the headlines, the discussions will range to topics including GA.

NTSB faults Roush for 2010 Oshkosh crash

Article | Jun 27, 2012

Investigators faulted Jack Roush, a NASCAR team co-owner and longtime pilot, for failure to apply full power during an attempted go-around at Wittman Regional Airport during EAA AirVenture 2010. Roush, who continues to fly, accepted the findings.

Custom content for the Apr. 06, 2012, issue of 'AOPA ePilot' newsletter

Article | Apr 06, 2012

Training Tips: 'Beyond gliding distance'; Training Products: Noral three-inch seat cushion with back; Final Exam Question: What is the difference between an annual inspection and a 100-hour inspection?