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Icon has tallied more than 1,500 orders for the two-seat folding-wing amphib, and deliveries began in August.
The company’s forte is delivery of information to aircraft owners, operators and maintainers.
Pratt & Whitney Canada announces new, higher-power PT6A-140A for utility aircraft.
Garmin’s angle-of-attack system can be installed under simplified FAA policies that encourage adoption of safety equipment.
The new HawkEye 7200A satellite tracking system is lighter and smaller than previous models.
The simulator manufacturer’s full flight simulators are adding technology to make training more realistic.
Bell 505 Closer To Certification
The Bell 525 offers plenty of flexibility for interior design, ranging from high-density to VIP and head-of-state layouts.
A unique award that aims to engage the general aviation community in helping to raise awareness of its good deeds.
APS and USAIG team to financially reward flight operations for obtaining upset prevention and recovery training.