The AirClassics Pro Flight Bag has been updated.
According to ASA officials, the Pro Flight Bag has the largest carrying capacity of all bags in the AirClassics series. [Read more…]
The pilot reported that during the landing roll on his first landing to his newly constructed airfield near Sharps Chapel, Tennessee, the Maule MX-7’s left main wheel came in contact with “something” and bounced in the air.
The airplane veered to the left, the left wing tip struck a branch, continued to veer to the left and hit a tree, which resulted in substantial damage to the left wing spar. [Read more…]
Tom Bryant sent in this photo of his son, Franky, who is one and a half years old, explaining: “We had just flown back from Saturday morning breakfast at Brighton Airport (45G) in Michigan and I caught this picture of him after landing. Pretty sure he will be a pilot one day!” [Read more…]
Q: And when you think they are almost forgotten…I have a good O-435 Lycoming in my 108-3 Stinson, but it is new to me. Is the bottom end a weak point at all? Crank, block rods, bearings?
Or is it tough engine? Power to weight ratio is low, but that is fine.
What do I watch for on this engine? Or is it just treat it good and it will treat you good? [Read more…]
WASHINGTON, D.C. — In just released figures from the General Aviation Manufacturers Association (GAMA), shipments of both airplane and rotorcraft increased in the first quarter of this year, while combined billings dropped.
“The first quarter shows mixed results for our industry, but with several bright spots,” said GAMA President and CEO Pete Bunce. [Read more…]
HOUSTON – Phillips 66 Aviation has expanded its roster of eligible organizations included in its Compassion Flight Fuel Rebate Program. Aviation Angels of Hope, Aviation in Action and Children’s Flight of Hope were added to the list, bringing the total eligible organizations to more than 30, according to company officials. [Read more…]