National Geographic Studios will release “Living in the Age of Airplanes,” – formerly titled Aviation: The Invisible Highway – theatrically to Giant Screen, IMAX, Digital and Museum cinemas beginning April 10, 2015. [Read more…]
A look back at Super Cub flying in Alaska in 2014. Thank you HennyCub. [Read more…]
In 1998 Charles Spence – our beloved Capital Comments columnist – was awarded Lifetime Achievement Awards from both the National Business Aviation Association and the Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association.
We played a part in making sure Charlie (as we call him) and his lovely wife Majel could be on hand to accept the awards by assigning Charlie the task of helping us cover the back-to-back conventions in Las Vegas and Palm Springs. After all, it was to be a surprise. [Read more…]
Air Race 1 will hold three races in 2015, which will together form the official “Air Race 1 World Cup.” Each of the three events of the Air Race 1 World Cup will also be considered an independent cup title. The destinations are confirmed and will be announced with dates and other information in the coming weeks.. [Read more…]
When Dee Hanson, Executive Director of the Alaska Airmen’s Association called on Thursday, she sounded relieved. The first words out of her mouth were, “The show is back on.” The “show” is the annual Great Alaska Aviation Gathering.
If you are in the market for an aircraft, new or used, Congress has helped make it easier on your wallet… if you act before Dec. 31. All you’ll need is President Obama’s signature on the legislation (which he’s expected to sign), an airplane and cash. [Read more…]
The great state of California reduced the number of general aviation airports in 2014 by at least one. Specifically, Rialto Municipal (L67) was shut down on Sept. 18 to make way for a 1,439-acre residential and business center. (I know, but don’t get me started…)