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Couple donates Twin Bee to Vermont school

Article | Apr 02, 2014

Californians Jeanette and Roger Glazer have enjoyed their Twin Bee UC-1 for the past six years, but recently considered selling it. Instead the Seaplane Pilots Association convinced the couple to donate their storied aircraft.

AOPA Strategic Partner Aero-Space Reports teams with BiddingAce

Article | Mar 19, 2014

Aero-Space Reports, an AOPA Strategic Partner, will be the exclusive escrow company for BiddingAce, which offers a new type of website for listing and selling general aviation aircraft.

Redbird looks back on $1 avgas experiment

Article | Oct 17, 2013

Redbird Skyport pumped almost 90,000 gallons of avgas during its 15-day experiment selling fuel for $1 per gallon.

Redbird calls early halt to $1 avgas sales

Article | Oct 09, 2013

Redbird Skyport will end its much-publicized experiment selling $1-per-gallon avgas 16 days earlier than planned.

Famous Pilots: Lynda Meeks

Article | Jul 26, 2013

Lynda Meeks struggled to find her nieces clothes with airplane pictures in pink, instead of the usual boy colors.

Building a better chart

Article | Jul 15, 2013

Starting July 1, the FAA stopped selling sectional chart subscriptions, requiring any pilot who wants to ensure uninterrupted access to current charts to search elsewhere. Duracharts thinks it has the answer with its beefed-up charts that are now available by subscription.

Tips for selling an aircraft

Article | Jun 04, 2013

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

Buying an aircraft: ‘As is’ can cause a lot of pain

Article | Apr 28, 2013

Kathy Yodice Attorney, Counsel to AOPA Former FAA attorney Has assisted AOPA members for more than 13 years Pilot since 1994, owns a Cherokee 180 PPS participants-only:Article archives >> Buying an aircraft: ‘As is’ can cause a lot of pain In aviation, we see many terms. One that I find can often be misunderstood or subject to interpretation and debate is the term “as is,” and it is a term commonly used in aviation sales and lease transactions, whether it’s an airplane, an instrument, or a hangar.