Started by a star of “Airplane Repo,” the Tango 31 Aero Clube in McKinney, Texas, is bringing kids inside the airport fence to learn how to fly and work on airplanes.
This June, women pilots from all over the U.S. will gather at Lakeland Linder International Airport (KLAL) in Florida to begin the 2022 Air Race Classic.
Balloons crowded the skies over Lakeland Linder International Airport (KLAL) in Florida the first weekend in May when the three-day Up Up and Away Florida Hot Air Balloon and Music Festival took off.
The largest teen flying club on the planet is helping other clubs on their airplane projects, as well as serving as a model for what success looks like.
Zachary attended the United States Naval Academy in Annapolis, Maryland, with his friend Drew Wilson. He graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Economics. He earned his commission as an Ensign in the U.S. Navy in 2012 and a Master of Science in Finance from the Johns Hopkins Carey Business School.
The mission of the Infinity Aero Club Tampa Bay is to make learning to fly — as well as flying every day — affordable. It’s also reaching out to kids in socially and economically disadvantaged communities to make aviation more accessible. One of the club’s mottos says it all: “Fostering dreams 2 reality.”
Ben Templeton skipped his graduation from J. L. Mann High School in Greenville, South Carolina, to begin a super cross-country journey to the 48 lower states.
How do you measure a great fly-in? “By the number of happy people who say they can’t wait to come back. By the people who tell us this is where they come to meet their friends every year. We have a lot of repeat visitors,” says Triple Tree Aerodrome Executive Director Robb Williams.
A team from Western Michigan University takes top honors in the first-ever Air Race Classic Air Derby.
After his high school graduation, Ben Templeton plans a solo cross county flying to the 48 states in the continental U.S. as a youth ambassador for Triple Tree Aerodrome in South Carolina.
An award-winning restoration is completed in honor of a lost son, thanks to a tight-knit flying community.
The award-winning 1954 Grumman G-111 Albatross — one of just 12 manufactured — will be featured in an upcoming documentary called “Flying Boats.”