Knots 2U, Ltd. has a new STC’d product for all Piper PA-28 models. Lift the luggage door a few inches and a strut will automatically open the door the rest of the way.
My First Log Book, with “…and Activity Book” as a too-easily-overlooked subtitle, is one of those great ideas for children who fly, whether via general aviation or the airlines.
Carl and Joy Proetschel didn’t have much luck when they tried to find gifts for a young son whose third word was “airplane.”
“To Conquer the Air: The Wright Brothers and The Great Race for Flight” by James Tobin.
Can a hyperactive, teetotalling, non-flying entrepreneur, whose first business went bankrupt and who was fired by a top company, do anything significant in the airline business?
Eclipse Aviation has formed a strategic relationship with United Airlines to provide training.
A new museum will open its doors early next year at Clow International Airport (1C5) in Bolingbrook, Ill.
It has been more than two years since Harry Ingram bought the assets of the Taylorcraft Aviation Co. and set up a factory in LaGrange, Texas, with intentions of producing the tried and true F-22 design. When General Aviation News interviewed Ingram in May 2003, he predicted the first aircraft would be delivered by Aug. […]
Do you know someplace where an airport and a public park peacefully coexist? The Friends of Meigs Field would like you to share that information with the Chicago Park District.
Pilots at Arlington Municipal Airport (AWO) in Arlington, Wash., no longer have to worry about a NASCAR track being built near the field. On Nov. 22 International Speedway Corp. and the politicians of Snohomish County put the brakes on negotiations.
The closest most people get to a P-51 Mustang is looking at a picture. Unless, of course, you get your hands on an “aircraft” that’s a computer simulation of the ones flown by the Tuskegee Airmen, the first black pilots in the American military. The simulator is part of the A.C.E.S. Flight Simulation attraction at […]
What is the best utilization of land? If an airport is operating in the red, should it close? How many operations are “enough” to justify keeping an airport open?