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Do we truly need all FAA regulations, or have some run their course?
Under an agreement between the FAA and the city of Santa Monica, the city's airport will be closed permanently at the end of 2028.
China Air Shuttle will begin to take deliveries in the second quarter and then distribute the Piper Archers to flight schools and genav outfits in China.
The FAA had determined that pilots who solicit passengers using the website are “common carriers” and subject to commercial transportation requirements.
The amicus brief raises the question of whether the FAA is allowed to retroactively change the rules regarding grant agreements.
The Guardian Avionics cigarette lighter power port can be installed by an A&P mechanic as a minor alteration.
Will flight-sharing ever take off in the U.S., or will the Supreme Court quash such efforts?
The Safe Flight angle-of-attack system is standard on all new Skyhawks and optional on the 182 and 206 models.
The Colorado Aviation Business Association used donated business and private aircraft to deliver 10,000 of donated goods throughout Colorado.
The company has expanded steadily and now has 10 global offices and 25 representative locations worldwide.