As the quest to find an unleaded replacement for 100LL continues, why isn’t the government and industry getting behind a fuel that’s already been tested and approved?
There are more than 160,000 general aviation pilots aged 60 and older still flying, so it’s incumbent on those pilots to maintain proficiency, recognize cognitive and physiological deficiencies as they arise, reevaluate personal minimums, and adjust their flying to accommodate the inevitable changes that occur with aging. The flight instructing community is essential to these efforts.
Re-enactors make history come truly alive for those attending — and participating at — EAA AirVenture Oshkosh.
Just because I don’t have a need for the tech doesn’t mean it isn’t cool or worthy.
My mother, a student pilot, asked: What do you think of requiring drivers to get a biennial driving review?
The FAA will soon reverse a policy that barred homebuilders from counting time spent building an aircraft toward a maintenance rating, such as Airframe and Powerplant certificates, according to a new report from the Experimental Aircraft Association.
The new courses cover a wide range of topics, including the importance of aircraft records, maintenance records and documentation, logbook entries, certificates of airworthiness, data approval, and more, according to officials with the non-profit Foundation for Business Aircraft Records Excellence.
Talk about a win-win: Rockin’ on the Runway combines the fun and excitement of an air show with a very good cause: Raising raise funds for children and young adults with developmental disabilities who live at St. Mary’s Residential Training School in Boyce, Louisiana.
The 2023 Moses Lake Air Show had all the traditional elements of an air show: Snarling warbirds, modern jets, and vintage aircraft adorning the ramp at Grant County International Airport (KMWH) in Washington. But the show also had a decided eye to the future.