As 2016 draws to a close, we'd like to thank YOU for being a part of our aviation community. Here's to blue skies in 2017!
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The winds aloft at 30,000 feet over Massachusetts’s Nantucket Island were from 240 degrees at 98 knots, and the temperature was minus 47 degrees Celsius as the third in a series of recent snowstorms advanced on New England, according to the National Weather Service’s Aviation Weather Center webs...
It’s early Sunday morning, and a pilot in the Dallas area is planning to make an approximately 180-nautical-mile southbound flight under VFR to San Marcos Regional Airport, where people will be gathered to celebrate the landing and lavish their admiration on the airplane, which will be based at th...
Yesterday you told us what your favorite maneuvers were. Now tell us which maneuver challenged you or continues to challenge you the most?
Did you get an invitation?
The FAA is preparing to launch its fortieth annual General Aviation and Part 135 Activity Survey. Pilots who receive an emailed or mailed invitation to participate are strongly encouraged to do so because the confidential data the survey collects provides the only source of information on the GA fle...
The sky was dark and the Piper PA-28-180 single-engine airplane was low on fuel when the pilot attempted to contact air traffic control for permission to land at an airport that was under a temporary flight restriction, but still accessible with ATC’s authorization, according to a notice to airmen...