Who would be willing to pay $84,000 for an airplane trip from Chicago to Tacoma, Wash.? The folks at the Point Defiance Zoo in Tacoma would, when the passenger is a beluga whale calf.
June is the start of hurricane season and, in the southern part of the country, residents are bracing for the worst.
Like many good ideas, Aircraft Trading Cards was born because of a young child’s dreams.
Frustrations abound with FSS: Lockheed Martin working to fix problems, but pilots say transition glitches compromise safety
It started out as frustration for Dave Davidson, a veteran GA pilot from Texas. Now he’s angry — like so many other pilots who have tried, and failed, to contact a Flight Service Station run by Lockheed Martin.
If you think it is challenging to attend a fly-in with one toddler in a stroller, then you will appreciate the courage of Robbie Sharpe from Greensboro, N.C., who made the scene at Sun ‘n Fun with triplets Cole, Connor and Collin.
Ribbon cuttings are, by their very nature, pretty boring affairs.
Experimental Aircraft Association founder Paul Poberezny likes to tell people that he and his wife, Audrey, are millionaires, then sit back and watch the reactions.
The Aeronautics Division of South Carolina’s Department of Commerce recently inked a contract with Vaisala to install Automated Weather Observing Systems (AWOS) at nine airports across the state, as well as update existing systems. The contract is worth more than $1 million.
Garmin’s G1000 is now available as optional equipment on the Saratoga II TC and Piper 6X.
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