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Solar Impulse resumes journey

Solar Impulse co-founder and pilot André Borschberg lifted off from Moffett Federal Airfield before dawn May 2, headed for Phoenix.

May 02, 2016

Advocacy

AOPA, CBP building on progress

Following a successful campaign to end unwarranted searches of general aviation aircraft, AOPA and U.S. Customs and Border Protection are looking at other ways to improve the experience of pilots flying cross-border operations.

May 02, 2016

Advocacy

Industry calls on FAA to issue final Part 23 rule

AOPA and eight other industry groups sent a letter urging the FAA to "work swiftly to implement" Part 23 reform and issue a final rule by the end of 2016. The letter comes on the eve of a two-day FAA public hearing on Part 23 changes in College Park, Georgia.

May 02, 2016

Advocacy

Missouri legislators, pilots ponder tax strategies

A bill to expand aircraft eligibility for a lower property tax rate is making its way before lawmakers, while an existing provision is reducing some tax bills.

May 02, 2016

Advocacy

Disney TFRs to be charted

The FAA, responding to urging from AOPA and other air traffic system users, will include two areas of congressionally mandated permanent flight restrictions to aeronautical charts.

Apr 28, 2016 | comments
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Call to action: Third class medical reform

Medical reform FAQs

Here are AOPA's answers to the most common questions about third class medical reform.

Pilot Community

AOPA tests new ways to open doors to aviation

AOPA tests lower-cost ownership

AOPA is exploring how aircraft ownership may be more affordable than many people believe through the development of "Reimagined Aircraft" that can be co-owned and operated for around $65 an hour, including fuel.