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Canada's Aviation Hall Of Fame Pilot George Neal Dies »

George Neal, an award-winning test pilot who earned his Canadian private certificate 80 years ago, died this week at 97. He was recognized last June at age 96 by Guinness World Records as the oldest active pilot after flying his DHC-1 Chipmunk from Brampton Airport to Toronto's Pearson International. Neal began his flying career as a student pilot at the Toronto Flying Club in 1935, became a private pilot the following year, and began working for de Havilland Aircraft of Canada. More

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Hendricks To Step Down As... »

The National Air Transportation Association's President and CEO, Thomas L. Hendricks, announced Friday he will resign on Aug. 31. Hendricks, who by then will... More

Eric "Winkle" Brown: 1919-2016 »

In a remarkable and storied flight test career, Eric Brown stood at the intersection of many of aviation's most important events. More