A little bit of stress can sharpen our piloting skills. But too much and your brain can stall, making aeronautical decision-making close to impossible.
The 2022 Pylon Racing Seminar for the Reno Air Races saw 28 new pilots certified to race in September, including three in the Unlimited Class. Additionally, 53 pilot renewed their certifications.
Breakfast is included with each morning session and lunch with each afternoon session.
Applications must be received by Sept. 1, 2022, for the scholarships, which go to students looking to enter business aviation.
I have developed a habit over the years that I believe in with profound intensity. When challenged on a topic, or when it’s pointed out to me that I am in the wrong, I ask myself quietly, within the confines of my head, “Could I be mistaken?” A dose of humility comes with that inner conversation every time.
Researchers from Middle Tennessee State University surveyed Designated Pilot Examiners and flight schools to find out what’s working with current DPE policies and what the FAA should change.
The Flight Simulation Association will hold its 2023 FlightSimExpo June 23-25, 2023, at the Lone Star Flight Museum at Ellington Airport (KEFD) near Houston, Texas.
The update delivers a digital PFD where pilots can view and process information about aircraft attitude, navigation, and radios to the AI-based simulator for aviation communications and radio procedures training.
On the 80th anniversary of the first graduating class of Tuskegee Airmen, the Red Tail Flight Academy graduated its class of 2022.
After his first flight through the non-profit STEM Flights, a young man is “hooked on aviation,” but he wasn’t sure how to get started. The STEM Flights team showed him the way.
More than $300,000 in scholarships is available. Deadline to apply is July 31, 2022.
Since 2017, the FAA has recorded more than 1,300 incidents of an aircraft landing on the wrong runway, a taxiway, or at the wrong airport. More than 80% of those incidents involved general aviation aircraft, FAA officials report. Wrong surface departures are also a significant concern, with more than 275 incidents recorded over the past five years — 83% involving GA aircraft.