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Proficient Pilot: Playing favorites

Pilot Magazine | Jan 01, 2013

I've never met an airplane I didn't like

Ultimate hangar chat: Wild world adventures

Article | Oct 11, 2012

France. New Zealand. South Africa. Pilots have vicariously visited these picturesque locations and flown the airways in those countries through the pages of AOPA Pilot. The editors shared tales of aviation safaris, flying in the French Alps, and breathtaking views of New Zealand during the Oct. 11 keynote at AOPA Aviation Summit in Palm Springs, Calif.

AOPA Aviation Summit Registration now open

Article | Apr 18, 2012

From the return of the highly anticipated Parade of Planes, a Palm Springs exclusive, to resort parties and outdoor adventures, AOPA Aviation Summit in sunny Palm Springs, Calif., offers an experience like no other. New learning opportunities offer more than 100 hours of engaging education that uses hands-on demonstrations and practice activities to help you retain and recall the information when you need it most.

Icon, Microsoft make dreams a virtual reality

Article | Mar 01, 2012

Flying a sleek airplane built for two low over the Big Island of Hawaii may be a dream flight, but Microsoft Flight and Icon have teamed to make that scenario a little more realistic.

Hangar Talk

Pilot Magazine | Jan 01, 2012

The Pitts Special, like its free-thinking, self-educated designer, Curtis Pitts, is an American original. The iconic biplane epitomizes the independent, resourceful, and outlandish nature of its creator—and its uncompromising, exhilarating,and totally impractical design exudes raw energy and attitude.

Letters

Pilot Magazine | Dec 01, 2011

What a fantastic article about the flight to Greenland "Epic Flight: Greenland Adventure," October 2011 AOPA Pilot. Dave Hirschman's writing exactly exemplifies the spirit at the heart of anyone who loves aviation.

AOPA Media

Pilot Magazine | Oct 01, 2011

Epic Flight: Greenland Adventure General aviation aircraft can take us to amazing places—this month we’ve gone out of this world. Three Bonanzas left western Maryland, briefly stopped at the last U.S.

Hangar Talk

Pilot Magazine | Oct 01, 2011

Pilots tend to regard Greenland as a steppingstone to somewhere else—and the gigantic, barren, and seemingly endless expanse of rock and ice is seldom a destination. But Adrian Eichhorn, an airline and former corporate pilot who had overflown the remote region many times at high altitude in jets, thought the towering fjords, massive ice cap, and otherworldly landscape would make the ultimate backdrop for general aviation flying.