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Air traffic control personnel work the general aviation tower at Camarillo, California, during a 2017 AOPA Fly-In. Photo by David Tulis.

ATC proposal draws ire

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The SubSonex JSX-2 "Sharkie" on the Reno race course piloted by three-time Reno Gold champion Pete Zaccagnino. Photo by Curtis Noble, courtesy of Sonex Aircraft.

SubSonex jet to race in Reno

You Can Fly
2018 You Can Fly High School Flight Training Scholarship Program winners.

AOPA supports 22 ‘very focused’ students

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A California telecommunications company is poised to create a "paradigm shift" with wireless data, and the iconic Cessna 172 is lined up to help make it happen. AOPA file photo.

Skyhawks help build data network

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The 2018 Husky A-1C backcountry aircraft with its updated trim system and articulating seats made an appearance during the AOPA Fly-In at Missoula, Montana, June 15-16, 2018. Photo by Dave Hirschman.

Old dog, new tricks

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The three members of a flight team from Western Michigan University received a warm welcome in Fryeburg, Maine, after completing the 2018 Air Race Classic on June 21. Lauren Quandt (left), Kelly Erdman (center), and  Shelby Satkowiak flew a Cirrus SR20. Photo by Dan Namowitz.

Air Race Classic competitors reach the finish line

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Per diem

One of the less discussed, but still critically important, aspects of a career involving travel is the issue of food and expenses. In the working vernacular, this is shorthanded as per diem. In nonflying occupations, employees get a certain per diem allowance each day, and it usually covers hotel and food expenses. At the end ...
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