With the February 2011 edition, we launched the first Enhanced Digital Edition of AOPA Pilot. In addition to the ease and benefit of reading this magazine on your computer or mobile device, we took the experience further—we enhanced its content with videos, additional photography, podcasts, extended content, sharing capabilities, and interactivity. You have the option of switching from the print edition to only the digital edition (free) or you may add the digital edition to your print membership for just $10 per year. Special video content produced by AOPA Live that has accompanied our stories in AOPA Pilot will still be available at aopa.org for print-only subscribers; only digital subscribers will receive the March Enhanced Digital Edition—you will receive an e-mail when it is ready. For more information on the digital editions and how to switch or add it to your membership, visit www.aopa.org/digitaleditions.
iPad app is coming—Check aopa.org for updates
STORIES WITH ENHANCED CONTENT
Owner Bruce Dickenson has created his perfect airplane— watch the first flight of this amazing masterpiece in this video.
Meet Sean O’Donnell and Heather Schultz, two young pilots who learned to fly dispite their disabilities. The pair flew into the U.S. Sport Aviation Expo to raise awareness for the Able Flight scholarship program.
Join intrepid author Al Marsh in the cockpit as he takes on the challenge of earning a multiengine seaplane rating in a not-so-forgiving Twin Bee.
Bob Gannon’s 10-year odyssey around the world in his Cessna 182 produced some amazing photography. See what we didn’t have room to publish in the magazine in this video slideshow.
Also in the Enhanced Digital Edition: Video from the first Flight Training Summit; video from the U.S. Sport Aviation Expo; music performed by “Pilots” subject Jeanne Pearce Martin; a new Never Again story on podcast; and more letters from members sent in response to our first “Dogfight.”