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Florida skydiver Albert "Gus" Wing III, 50, died after he collided with the wing of the Twin Otter that he jumped from Saturday morning, severing both legs at the knees. After the impact at 600 feet, Wing controlled his parachute to a landing but died from his injuries later at Halifax Medical Center. The aircraft landed safely...

A man who shot at a powered parachute that flew near his land in Michigan will have to stay in jail during an annual ultralight festival for the next five years, under a plea agreement reached last week...

A new AMOC will allow most T-34 owners 60 hours' flight, with a few restrictions. The aircraft are not to exceed +2.5 Gs or achieve zero-G flight. They must stay below 152 knots, can't fly aerobatics and shall avoid flight into turbulence known to be moderate or severe. The aircraft must also complete a surface eddy current inspection, according to AOPA...

Jeppesen will remake charts to clarify departure procedures for Teterboro, N.J.,, after complaints of too many deviations in the crowded airspace near New York...

Airport workers at Los Angeles International Airport are losing their handy RV lot, because the airport started to let non-affiliated people move in and problems arose...

The U.S. Aerobatic Team is raising money to get its airplanes and pilots to Spain for the World Championships in June. The U.S. military usually provides transport, but can't do it this year...

Owners of Cessna Citations are invited to a customer conference in Wichita, May 2-4, hosted by Cessna.