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The NTSB reversed a ruling that the FAA was wrong to fine Raphael Pirker for allegedly recklessly flying a drone.
The manifest must be emailed within 24 hours of departure and resubmitted 30 minutes before takeoff to confirm the flight.
Starting next year, customers of the Atlanta-area airport will no longer have to stop first at another airport to clear customs.
Writing the new rules directly involves the general aviation industry.
Liberty University took delivery of this milestone aircraft, a Cessna 172 Skyhawk with a custom paint scheme.
In a country rich with waterways, amphibious floats are a natural.
Contact Center expanded; Northeast Brazil authorized service center added.
The AirPooler ride-sharing system is waiting for FAA input before re-opening its service to passengers who want to share expenses on GA flights.
The company would offer the Austro E4 to make the aircraft more attractive to markets where 100LL fuel is either absent, scarce or prohibitively expensive.