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Kestrel’s single-engine turboprop delayed

Article | Jul 31, 2013

Kestrel Aircraft has made fast progress on engineering, but a shortage of funds is delaying the single-engine turboprop.

Letters: Buy or rent?

Pilot Magazine | Jul 01, 2013

Senior Editor Ian J. Twombly posed the question: should a flight student buy or rent an aircraft? We received quite a response.

AOPA demands answers on aircraft searches

Article | Jun 19, 2013

A federal agency chartered to secure national borders has been working inland, targeting general aviation with no clear authority.

Club Spotlight

Article | Jun 10, 2013

The Bakersfield Flying Club, based at Meadows Field (KBFL) in Bakersfield, California, just added a Redbird Simulator to bolster its training efforts. Club President William Woodbury describes what it's like to use the simulator and how it's helping create new pilots and build the club's membership base.

Long Beach Airport reconfiguration studied

Article | Apr 22, 2013

City and airport officials in Long Beach, Calif., are keeping the aviation community in the loop as changes to Long Beach Airport's layout are considered.

Cirrus offers pilots to go with its aircraft

Article | Apr 12, 2013

Cirrus Aircraft owners need not do the flying themselves, thanks to Cirrus On Demand, which allows customers to purchase what amounts to a personal flight department with their SR20 or SR22 (seen here). Photo courtesy Cirrus Aircraft.

Letters

Pilot Magazine | Apr 01, 2013

Sarah Brown told the story of glider pilot Robin Fleming, who was wrongly arrested for an overflight, and our readers were not pleased. I just received the February edition of AOPA Pilot magazine, and read the article about Robin Fleming (“Breach of Peace”).