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Two new titles from Aviation Supplies & Academics take the drone enthusiast from building your own unit to comprehension of the regulations and how to operate safely in the National Airspace System.

ASA publishes new drone titles

Fairchild 24 photo by Chris Rose.

Watch AOPA Live This Week, March 15

Training and safety

An example of a winds aloft forecast detailing winds greater than 99 knots. Composite by AOPA staff.

Training Tip: Not-so-easy breezy

Solid flying skills, aviation education, and flight experience can lead to a career in aviation. iStock photo.

Career fair is Sun 'n Fun's 'best kept secret'

ASI Safety Tip: Runway Conditions


The 2,173-foot Mineral Canyon airstrip offers pilots a great shortcut into Utah’s canyon country. Like many Utah airstrips, it was built in the 1950s by a uranium mining company. After it was abandoned, the strip slowly deteriorated until the Utah Back Country Pilots Association took up its cause in 1997. After heated battles and refurbishment by volunteers, it was reopened in December 1998. With easy access to the Green River, it remains one of Utah’s most popular strips. Photo by Brady Lane.

Green River getaway

December Briefing

Flying fun: Register for AOPA's Fly-Ins today

AOPA's 2018 Fly-In locations include Missoula, Montana; Santa Fe, New Mexico; Carbondale, Illinois; and Gulf Shores, Alabama.

AOPA’s 2018 Fly-Ins: Gateways for exploration

From industry

Caught on Camera: Lost Comm in IMC

March Weather Madness Begins in 3-2-1


The Federal Aviation Administration is one of the many government agencies that have influence over general aviation. Photo by David Tulis.

FAA to end DUATS contract in May

Satellite-based navigation is becoming the norm.

Keeping NextGen on the air

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