NBAA Protests EPA Emissions Plan

NBAA Protests EPA Emissions Plan »

NBAA this week filed its formal response to a recent announcement from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency that it wants to regulate carbon emissions from airplanes. NBAA said it is not opposed to new regulations, but wants them to be standardized across the globe. The International Civil Aviation Organization already is working to develop a worldwide standard for aircraft emissions, with a study and a meeting in the works for next year. More

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ADS-B, TCAS 'Unreliable' In Southeast In September »

ADS-B and TCAS will be disrupted during the whole month of September according to a NOTAM covering the U.S. Southeast. The FAA is warning all pilots flying from Virginia to Florida for the month of... More

FAA Reminds Pilots To Medicate With Care »

As part of its Fly Safe campaign aimed at general aviation pilots, the FAA on Tuesday posted information and links about the effect of drugs on flying skills — including prescription and... More

NASA Images Reveal Aircraft Shock Waves »

Researchers from NASA have been experimenting with a 150-year-old photography technique that captures dramatic images of the shock waves created when airplanes fly at supersonic speeds. The images,... More

Embraer’s Legacy 450 Jet Now FAA-Certified »

The Legacy 450 business jet, an all-new mid-light design featuring fly-by-wire technology and sidestick controls, is now FAA-certified, the company announced on Monday. The jet was first certified... More

Champagne Cork Grounds easyJet Flight »

The champagne was flowing but so was the oxygen and that meant an easyJet flight from Gatwick to Turkey spent seven hours on the ground in Milan. More

Goyer Out As Flying Magazine Editor »

Former Flying Magazine Editor-in-Chief Robert Goyer has announced he is no longer with the magazine and that it was not his doing. Goyer, who has been the EIC for five years after 15 years as a... More

Airshow Plane Comes Apart, Pilot Killed »

An airshow pilot was killed during practice for the New York Air Show on Friday after the tail separated from the aircraft. The aircraft, a Giles 202 owned by airshow performer Andrew Wright,... More



Twin Takeoffs

Twin Takeoffs »

Departing from a 4200-foot runway, the twin engine Beech B60 Duke lifted off after a 1500-foot takeoff roll. The landing gear was immediately retracted but at approximately 100 feet agl, a large puff of black smoke erupted from the left engine.... More


Gettin' Older

Gettin' Older »

Concerns about pilot aging are just as important for the younger pilot as for the more silver-haired among us. The US population is getting grayer, and it's plain to see when looking around any airport, so too is the average pilot. This aging... More


Your Refurb: Aging Gracefully

Your Refurb: Aging Gracefully »

In our series on refurbishing airplanes we've covered what's involved with updating all aspects of your airplane. As a wrap up, we'll look at the situation where you like your airplane as it is, and you want to keep it in good shape so you can... More


Used Aircraft Guide: Mooney Ovation

Used Aircraft Guide: Mooney Ovation »

Mooney aficionados tend to be clustered in the end of the gene pool that has "I want a fast airplane" in the DNA. For years, they flocked to the marque that promised and delivered speed while sipping fuel. Starting with the single-seat Mite, they... More

Short Final:

Short Final

Short Final »

Back when I was a student pilot in Navy Flight School, I was flying solo along the beach, conducting precision aerobatics practice. As I finished a barrel roll and set up for a loop, I heard a student-and-instructor aircraft check in to the area,... More


Press Releases

Eastern Aviation Fuels Expands Shell FBO Locations

Eastern Aviation Fuels is pleased to announce it is now providing fuel to over 500 Shell branded FBOs. The sales team has worked hard to add over thirty branded locations this year. These new FBOs span the country from Oregon to Massachusetts.

UCM Aviation, Tuskegee Airmen Welcome First Redtail Aircraft

The UCM Department of Aviation received its first Redtail aircraft, a new addition to the university's training fleet. The relationship between UCM and the Tuskegee Airmen is strengthened with the joint use of the term Redtail.

JetFuelX Launches Fuel Management Tool

JetFuelX, led by tech innovator and pilot Jason Talley, has announced the launch of a new jet fuel price management tool for aircraft owners and corporate flight departments.