Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association (AOPA) Insurance Services has created a hangar insurance program, designed to protect individuals who own or lease hangars in cases of hangar damage, personal injury, theft, fire or wind damage for as little as $42 a month.
The Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association (AOPA) is preparing for its fourth annual Best Aircraft Showdown and is seeking nominations for aircraft that you think should be in the bracket challenge this year. Past winners — the de Havilland Beaver, P-51 Mustang, and Douglas DC-3 — are not eligible. Nominations will be open through Feb. 15.
Are clubs becoming the dominant force in local flight training?
When Bakersfield Flying Club president Bill Woodbury learned that the club had been named as a top tier American flight school, he was shocked for two reasons: First, he never thought of his club as a flight school and, second, his group had never sought such notoriety.
“Of course I was pleased and honored to learn of our recognition,” said Woodbury, “but to say I was surprised is an understatement.”
The Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association (AOPA) is working to mitigate the economic and safety impacts of a proposed military training area that will cover 28,000 square miles above Montana, Wyoming, North Dakota, and South Dakota.
The association made the commitment after the U.S. Air Force released an environmental impact statement Nov. 28 that did not adopt safeguards sought by the general aviation community in Montana.