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Summit Pilots, Planes, and Pancakes breakfast sells out

Article | Sep 17, 2013

The Pilots, Planes, and Pancakes breakfast and town hall at next month’s AOPA Aviation Summit has sold out.

The R in AROW

Article | Aug 26, 2013

Because aircraft registration certificates now expire three years after issuance, pilots' pre-flight inspection procedures should change to ensure compliance with the law on each and every flight.

Embry-Riddle Worldwide hosts online human factors course

Article | Jul 22, 2013

Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University-Worldwide has opened registration on an online aviation human factors course that is free and open to the public.

Tips for selling an aircraft

Article | Jun 04, 2013

Aircraft sellers can benefit from tips and AOPA resources to ensure the process goes smoothly.

Registration opens for AOPA Aviation Summit

Article | May 30, 2013

Grab your cowboy boots and hat and get ready for some of that big Texas hospitality--AOPA Aviation Summit is coming to Fort Worth, Texas, Oct. 10 through 12. Registration is open, so you can take advantage of special pricing discounts.

Calling all teachers to EAA AirVenture on July 30

Article | Apr 29, 2013

Teachers are invited to attend a special day at EAA AirVenture on July 30, when Build A Plane and other organizations will show them how to incorporate aviation into their curricula.

PilotPool.com opens a job source for applicants

Article | Feb 26, 2013

PilotPool.com, ATP Flight School's pilot recruitment tool, is now available for all pilots.

Idaho bills would restructure aviation fees to boost revenue

Advocacy | Feb 14, 2013

AOPA is analyzing the impact of a proposed aviation fee restructuring in Idaho that would raise rates for pilots to increase revenue for the state’s Aeronautics Division by an estimated $153,500.

Rep. Pompeo: GA too important to be misunderstood

Advocacy | Jan 25, 2013

A congressman from Kansas who believes that general aviation is too important an economic engine to be misunderstood by policymakers has launched an education campaign to correct common misconceptions.