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A Connecticut man pleaded guilty Monday in a New York court to stealing an airplane last June and flying it while drunk. He will spend less than a year in jail...

Ballistic Recovery Systems has received a Supplemental Type Certificate from the FAA for a ballistic recovery system for the Symphony SA 160...

GlobalFlyer is expected to land at Kennedy Space Center in Florida this afternoon, in preparation for a record long-distance solo sometime in the next few weeks...

FAA notes fire danger from laptop batteries in the cockpit...

A white 1974 Cessna 210L with blue and gray trim, N93160, was stolen last week from Punta Pescadero Airport, Baja California, Mexico. For more info or to report sightings, contact the Aviation Crime Prevention Institute at acpiusa@aol.com or call 800-969-5473...

Fatigue cracks have been found in both wings of the Grumman Mallard that crashed in Florida last month...

AOPA has filled its four new executive vice president slots. Andy Cebula will hold that position for government affairs and Karen Gebhart for non-dues revenue; previously appointed were Diana Roberts, operations, and Jeff Myers, communications...

Want to check out the sectional for your next dream trip? Try out this not-for-navigation site with charts and info...

Over 800 pilots from Raytheon-owned business jet operator Flight Options, based in Ohio, are taking steps to be represented by the Teamsters.