AOPA has released a comprehensive guide to help members navigate the launch and operation of their own flying clubs.
The newest TBM does 330 knots and goes 1,730 nautical miles--and it's in production now.
The Senate on March 11 introduced a measure that would expand the FAA's third class medical exemption, currently reserved for sport pilots, to more pilots and aircraft. The legislation is a companion to a bill that now has 52 co-sponsors in the House.
In a major deal between two of the best-known U.S. antique aircraft firms, Rare Aircraft has purchased a huge inventory of Stearman parts from Air Repair and will begin producing as-new Golden Age biplanes.
Eclipse Aerospace has made its first customer delivery of the Eclipse 550 twin-engine personal jet.
At 500 feet per minute and 95 knots of groundspeed in the windless conditions, was the altitude gain per nautical mile sufficient?
The FAA has asked the National Transportation Safety Board to review a judge’s ruling reversing a fine it levied in an unmanned-aircraft case.
Able Flight has received and $8,000 check from the AOPA Foundation.
The Tucson Soaring Club is trying to grow the sport by training the next generation of glider pilots.
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An effort would allow pilots to use the driver’s license medical standard for noncommercial VFR flights in aircraft weighing up to 6,000 pounds with no more than six seats.
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For the first time in its 75-year history, AOPA will meet its members where they fly and share the joy of flight during six one-day regional fly-ins.
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March 1946—The Bell 47 receives its type certificate.
Working with several compelling real-life cases, presenter and audience will play the role of accident investigator to figure out what went wrong, and why. Check for a date and location near you »
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