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Never Again

Pilot Magazine | Jan 01, 2005

After being involved in several different businesses, my last 24 years of working before retirement were spent in aviation, operating an FBO at the Hillsboro, Oregon, airport (now Portland-Hillsboro). When not overseeing employees and attending to other aspects of the business, my most enjoyable experience was selling new and used airplanes.

Pilot Products

Pilot Magazine | Oct 01, 2004

NACO charts on DVD, online The National Aeronautical Charting Office (NACO), a division of the FAA, is now selling sectional and terminal area charts on DVD. Three different DVDs are issued every 28-day revision period.

Member Guide

Pilot Magazine | Aug 01, 2004

Buying an airplane? Let AOPA Ownership Services help Whether you're buying or selling an airplane, or improving the aircraft that you already have, AOPA Member Products allows you to take advantage of exclusive members-only discounts. AOPA Member Products provides financing, insurance, and title services tailored specifically to meet the needs of aircraft owners.

Selling Your Airplane

Pilot Magazine | Apr 01, 2004

An ideal airplane sale should be relatively painless. But many owners have real problems selling their airplanes.

Alan and Dale's Excellent Idea

Pilot Magazine | Feb 01, 2004

You can hear it when you talk to a Cirrus employee. It's evident in the professional salespeople who have jumped aboard the Cirrus bandwagon, and it's prompted a number of industry experts to pick up their families and move to Duluth, Minnesota.

Member Guide

Pilot Magazine | Jul 01, 2003

AOPA ONLINE A form for everything Looking to renew your AOPA membership? Want to make a contribution to the AOPA Air Safety Foundation? Need to file a NASA form? Planning a trip to the Bahamas? Selling your airplane? AOPA Online can help with an exhaustive list of links to the various forms pilots may need or want. Getting ready for your medical renewal? Here's the link to TurboMedical, AOPA's exclusive preparatory medical form that can identify red flags before you submit your application to the FAA.

Pilot Counsel

Pilot Magazine | May 01, 2003

Here is a legal topic that continues to be of interest to our members, one that we haven't covered in recent years. It is an explanation of the law and procedures that are available to protect buyers, sellers, and financers in aircraft title transactions, especially when buying an aircraft.

Answers for Pilots

Article | Oct 01, 2002

Introducing friends and family to GA One of the finer perks of employment at AOPA headquarters in Frederick, Maryland, is the "First Flight" program. Not everyone who comes to work for AOPA is a pilot and many may never have flown in a general aviation aircraft before.

Budget Buys

Article | Jul 01, 2002

There's gotta be a way, right? If one person can easily afford to own a Cessna 152, does that mean two can operate a Cessna 172 just as inexpensively? That recent question from a reader triggered this article. No need to make you wade through a lot of verbiage for the answer: Anecdotally, the answer is yes.

Pilots

Pilot Magazine | Apr 01, 2002

Joe Weber, best-selling novelist of such techno-thrillers as Defcon One, Rules of Engagement, and Primary Target, remembers well the visceral excitement of being a Marine aviator. A great imagination coupled to a seemingly bottomless well of interesting flying experiences from those days fuels his writing, and has proven an irresistible formula for legions of addicted readers.