The skies over the Pacific Northwest will be filled with classic aircraft July 16-21 as dozens of pilots take part in the Oregon Antique & Classic Aircraft Club Air Tour.
A law enforcement agency in Redlands, Calif., is considering adding a Light Sport Aircraft to its crime-fighting arsenal.
You know it’s July when legions of aviators head north toward Arlington, Wash, for the annual Northwest Experimental Aircraft Association Fly-in and Convention. This year it’s slated for July 5-9.
Officials in Florida are preparing to officially remove Opa-Locka West Airport (X46) from the list of active airports in the Sunshine State.
Part of the fun of visiting an aviation museum is bringing home a keepsake – or two. Just as the exhibits vary from place to place, so do the popular items from museum gift shops.
Galvin Flying Services, Inc., at King County International Airport /Boeing Field (BFI) in Seattle, has taken delivery of the nation’s first Diamond DA42 Twin Star G1000 flight training device.
When you are looking for a partner to share an airplane, you better know that person fairly well. You’re about to embark on an expensive journey. If your personalities, flying and communication styles don’t mesh, you’re in for a world of hurt.
You’ve known your potential airplane partner for the better part of your flying life. Do you really need to get a lawyer involved in the transaction?
About 53 years ago a group of mechanics at Mohawk Airlines thought it might be fun to learn to fly. Eight men and one woman pooled their money and bought a Piper PA-1. The East Hill Flying Club in Ithaca, N.Y., was born.
Have you ever had hours tacked on to a trip because you had to go by commercial air carrier? Didn’t you wish you could have hitched a ride with another private pilot who just happened to have the same destination as you? Now it’s possible thanks to PilotShareTheRide.com.