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Charles Spence, veteran aviation journalist, newspaperman, pilot, and former AOPA senior vice president of public relations, died on June 23 at age 94. Spence worked at AOPA from 1968 to 1983. Photo courtesy of Craig Spence.

Charles Spence was a journalist drawn to aviation

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A man uses a handheld controller to fly a DJI Phantom quadcopter. iStock photo.

FAA releases small drone rules

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Why do some instrument approach procedures have the notation, "NA at night"?

'Not authorized at night'

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Students should receive training and become comfortable soloing at towered and nontowered airports alike.

Training Tip: Are you comfortable at towered and nontowered airports?

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

New pathway to Frontier right seat

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Military activity planned June 28 through July 22 could reduce the sensitivity of some ADS-B units; the FAA issued a notam June 23 covering a large area of the East Coast and Atlantic Ocean, and will follow up with more specificadditional notams covering portions of this area in advance of specific exercises.

Navy plan prompts notam

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Economic trends and the worldwide financial market can affect general aviation. iStock photo.

New Jersey looks to raise taxes on avgas and jet fuel

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