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FAA's shutdown recovery will take time

Article | Oct 17, 2013

The reopening of the government on Oct. 17 was welcomed by an aviation industry eager to get back to normal business.

RedHawk Cessna 172 debuts

Article | Jul 29, 2013

Redbird is best known for its simulators, but now it's moving into the airplane business.

Visit AOPA Aviation Finance Co. at EAA AirVenture

Article | Jul 22, 2013

AirVenture attendees can get aircraft finance information and enter to win an iPad Mini loaded with a one-year free subscription to FlyQ EFB.

Club Spotlight

Article | Jul 16, 2013

Crossroads Flying Club based at Double Eagle Airport (KAEG) in Albuquerque, New Mexico, isn’t for everybody. It’s a small club in which members pay a high equity stake to gain access to two high-performance aircraft—a 250-hp Socata Trinidad TB20 and a 300-hp, six-seat Piper Lance. Club President Bob Rausch explains how the club works and why it’s a great alternative to owning your own aircraft.

Knoxville Flyers: A phoenix rising from the ashes

Article | Jun 21, 2013

Knoxville Flyers is now thriving, but it was in danger of shutting down after a 30-year run, plagued by the recession and a declining membership.

AOPA makes financing easier for members through new aviation finance company (13-2-019)

Article | Jun 03, 2013

The Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association (AOPA) launched an expansive new aviation finance company today that will give AOPA members greater access to lending options for aircraft purchases and avionics upgrades.

AOPA makes financing easier for members

Article | Jun 03, 2013

AOPA launched an expansive new aviation finance company June 3 that will give AOPA members greater access to lending options for aircraft purchases and avionics upgrades.

Now taking off: 51st Aero Squadron flying club

Article | Apr 05, 2013

The 51st Aero Squadron LLC, a new flying club based at Alabama’s Bessemer Municipal Airport, has taken possession of its first aircraft—a low time, 1979 Piper Archer II. Founder Ed Murray began research on the idea in late November 2012.

Ascension Air offers fractional Cirrus ownership, financing

Article | Mar 21, 2012

Ascension Air has joined the fractional ownership market, offering a fleet of three new Cirrus SR22T aircraft based in Atlanta--with hopes to expand to other airports by year's end.