Milestones: A Visit with Captain Jepp »

Next time you're sweating an approach to minimums, consider this: someone had to fly it first. Elrey B. Jeppesen did just that. He was father of today's instrument approach procedures and modern instrument charts. His passing marks the end of an era. In this December 1991 pilot-to-pilot interview, Capt. Jepp recalls his career as a barnstormer, airmail pilot, airline captain and aviation chartmaker. More

Anthony J. Broderick »

A brief profile of the FAA's Associate Administrator for Regulation and Certification. More