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Sporty’s Launches 2021 Learn To Fly Course

Sporty’s has introduced the latest edition of its Learn to Fly Course highlighting expanded video content, new online features and app updates....

EAA: Tech Counselor Feedback Wanted

The Experimental Aircraft Association has long coordinated the services of technical counselors for amateur aircraft builders and is looking for feedback on...

American Eagle ERJ Skids Off Freeport Runway

An American Eagle ERJ-145LR ended up on the grass at Freeport-Grand Bahama International Airport on Saturday after an apparent landing gear issue....

Eclipse Assets May Be Sold For $5.25 Million

A British businessman has entered into an agreement with OneAviation to pick up the assets of Eclipse Aerospace for $5.25 million. The...

Great Plains Weather

For some, flying is just braving the traffic pattern or short, local flights....

Flight Trial: Van’s RV-14A

It’s said that power corrupts and absolute power corrupts absolutely. In the world...

Short Final: Approach Performance

Not long ago during my instrument training, my very accomplished instructor and I...

Greene Tweed Announces TechnaLoc Bonded Seals for Critical Applications in the Aerospace Market

Greene Tweed, a leading global manufacturer of high-performance seals, thermoplastics, composites, and engineered components, announces the release of its new TechnaLoc bonded seals for critical aerospace applications.

Ohio Air & Space Hall of Fame and Museum signs lease for original Port...

The recently established non-profit, Ohio Air & Space Hall of Fame and Museum (OAS), announced today that it has signed a long term lease with the Columbus Regional Airport Authority (CRAA) for the original 1929 Port Columbus air terminal and tower, a rare architectural treasure located at 4920 East Fifth Avenue, at John Glenn International Airport (CMH) in Columbus, Ohio.
Sunset at Gillespie County Airport (T82) in Fredericksburg, Texas. Photo by Alan Connor.

Your Analysis Of Priorities Matters

It's not the quality of the facilities that matter, but rather the proximity to the ramp when they're desperately needed.

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Velocity U: Learning To Fly A Canard

Airplanes with canards are undeniably cool, but they have some quirks, especially the Velocity kit aircraft. KITPLANES magazine recently sent AVweb's Paul Bertorelli to Velocity's school on how to fly the airplane. It went well, until right there at the end.