Most of us know TKS is deicing fluid for our airplanes, but do you know where it came from and what TKS stands for?
One of the most common questions our oils expert receives is from pilots wondering why general aviation is in the same spot regarding unleaded avgas as it was 25 years ago.
After 20 years of giving Young Eagles flights, Minnesota pilot Rusty Eichorn designed a T-shirt to give to his young passengers.
Using sensors and cameras and code, drone technology pioneers should be required detect and avoid … everything. That puts the onus on the drone industry to integrate into the well-established National Airspace System.
When Christian “Peeps” Roy had to miss EAA AirVenture Oshkosh a few years ago, he was devastated. That when his neighbors at Stearman Field in Kansas stepped up and created what has now become an annual tradition: PeepsKosh.
There are more than 105 scholarships valued at more than $1 million offered by Women in Aviation for flight training, engineering, maintenance, dispatch, drones, and professional development for individuals in all stages of life. This 2024 scholarship cycle includes nearly 10 new scholarships to further members’ learning in flight training, space engineering, and aircraft maintenance.
It’s a wonderful life for Jimmy Stewart’s newly restored Mustang, now ensconced in the Dakota Territory Air Museum in Minot, North Dakota.
Chris Rozansky has served as the airport’s executive director for seven years, overseeing the airport, which generated a $781 million economic impact for the community in 2022.
Sherwin-Williams Aerospace Coatings has launched a new new aerospace conductive coating that gives general aviation aircraft owners a high-conductivity solution for dissipating static on aluminum and composite aircraft.