How early is too early to get your kids into aviation?
“You don’t take chances when you are flying in the ADIZ,” says Kent Larson, owner of Aerial Photographers LLC, based in Vienna, Virginia, just outside Washington, D.C.
If you can use it in an airplane or to enhance your aviation experience, chances are good that you can find it at Sporty’s Pilot Shop.
Greg Turton found a way to beat the heat – and started a new company: Artic Air takes off as poilots clamor for poratble air conditioners
Necessity is the mother of invention. Just ask Greg Turton, an Atlanta businessman who owns a Cirrus.
OK, I’ll admit it. When I heard country music star Aaron Tippin was going to be in concert at Sun ‘n Fun, I was excited.
You know you’re hard core into aviation when you send pictures of your wife and the new engine for your homebuilt aircraft to your friends.
To celebrate the 80th anniversary of Charles Lindbergh’s New York-to-Paris flight, the Lindbergh Foundation and Chandelle Winery of Sonoma, Calif., are offering a special limited edition labeled wine: The 19th Hour, The Spirit of St Louis.
Thousands of U.S. Air Force pilots earned their wings at Hondo Field in Texas when it was a major training base in the 1940s and 1950s. Any graduate of the rigorous program will tell you that the year spent learning to fly “the Air Force way” was a special time in their lives.
Every day, pilots — lots of pilots — go online to check weather and file flight plans through the two FAA-approved DUAT providers. In fact, in one month alone, CSC DUAT provides 2.5 million weather briefings.