Plans at the Birmingham airport include a 10,000-square-foot terminal to serve pilots, aircraft owners and guests, military, and corporate business travelers; a 24,000-square-foot hangar designed for smaller, privately owned aircraft; and two 30,000-square-foot corporate hangars.
South Florida chapter of Women in Aviation takes off
SoFLY Southern Tropics represents Southern Florida to the Islands.
Spirit Aeronautics certified as FAA Repair Station at KFTW
Serving the Dallas/Ft. Worth metroplex, from a 70,000-square-foot hangar at the airport, provides avionics installations, modifications, and flight line support for aircraft owners.
Rosie the Rocketer to be featured at Oshkosh
Rosie the Rocketer became famous during World War II when Major Charles Carpenter attached six bazookas to the Piper L-4 Cub and began attacking German tanks and armor while assigned to General Patton’s Third Army.
Corsair returns to Fargo Air Museum
“This Corsair means a lot to the Fargo Air Museum,” said Max Sabin, collections manager at the museum. “Having been restored by legendary warbird restorer Gerry Beck and his team in Wahpeton, Corsair 310 was displayed here in Fargo for several years before returning to the air.”
Is your airplane ready for its close-up?
McFarlane Aviation Products is looking to showcase another great general aviation aircraft on the cover of its 2024 catalog.
What you need to know about using off-the-shelf parts in your vintage aircraft
Have questions about the new VARMA policy, which allows off-the-shelf parts to be used in vintage aircraft? Officials with the Experimental Aircraft Association have some answers.
Updated Oshkosh NOTAM now available
The FAA-approved changes are based on pilot feedback and FAA review of arrival procedure recommendations for the fly-in, which is slated for July 24-30 at Wittman Regional Airport (KOSH) in Oshkosh, according to officials with the Experimental Aircraft Association.
New California location for Mid-Continent Instruments and Avionics
Relocating from Van Nuys, to a new facility, less than 10 miles west, in Chatsworth.
KAPA first GA airport in Colorado to offer unleaded avgas
Considered the nation’s third busiest general aviation airport, Centennial Airport (KAPA) near Denver, has become the first public-use airport in the state of Colorado to offer unleaded aviation fuel to its piston-powered aircraft users.
Indiana Aviation Hall of Fame names Class of 2023
Eight aviation luminaries will be inducted into the Indiana Aviation Hall of Fame in October 2023.
Denali to feature Autoland, new engine
Textron Aviation’s new clean-sheet design, the Beechcraft Denali single-engine turboprop, will feature the Garmin Emergency Autoland system as standard equipment. It also will be the first aircraft to fly with the Catalyst engine from GE Aerospace’s Avio Aera.