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The Garmin G5 is a prominent feature in the 2017 AOPA Sweepstake Cessna Ascend 172 by Yingling.

AOPA, Garmin bring lower cost avionics to certificated aircraft

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How Cirrus radically reduced fatal accidents


Textron unveils Denali

Geoff Peterson installs a FreeFlight Systems universal access transceiver behind the baggage compartment of a Cessna 172. Photo by Mike Collins.

Win ADS-B hardware at Oshkosh

Pilots who follow the necessary steps can fly in aircraft weighing up to 6,000 lbs. gross takeoff weight, with up to six seats and carrying up to five passengers. They can fly day or night, VFR or IFR, at speeds up to 250 kts and at altitudes up to 18,000 feet msl.

Medical reform becomes law


‘The new map-making paradigm’

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Amy Laboda

On the Best of Days

Sometimes you just hit it right. That’s the way I felt from the moment I saw the seven day forecast a week before my long cross-country up the east coast to visit family. I knew when I saw the way the High and Low pressure gradients were setting up that there would be a chance ...
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