WAI Shifts Sides On FBO Issue, As AOPA Persists »

The small universe of general aviation advocacy groups usually forms a united front, working together to promote common interests, but this week that changed. On Thursday, Women in Aviation International withdrew its support of AOPA’s protests regarding FBO fees, leaving AOPA now the only major GA group still pushing the initiative. More

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This week, announcements have come in about a new aerobatics show at Oshkosh, the purchase of four simulators by Kent State University, a facility upgrade... More

Mixed Decision For Second... »

The FAA ruled in favor of Key West International Airport on three of the four issues noted in a Part 13 complaint filed last August by AOPA that alleged that... More

Top Letters and Comments,... »

This week's letters brought comments from readers about 100LL replacement fuels, AOPA's FBO pricing compliant and hybrid electric aircraft. More

GAMI's G100 Avgas... »

As the FAA’s leaded avgas replacement effort grinds to a temporary halt, General Aviation Modifications Inc. says it’s close to completing testing... More