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The suspect is moving from airport to airport leaving a trail of misplaced crew vehicles in his wake.
The cap would limit G.I. Bill flight training benefits to $20,235 per year, although currently enrolled veterans would be grandfathered for two years.
South Africa’s National Airways Corp. is doing very well but says African aviation companies struggle to be taken seriously by OEMs.
The Long Island town agreed to wait on enforcing curfew and noise penalties, as a federal court judge ponders a petition for a temporary restraining order.
As a result of a January crash of a 280FX, the safety agency is shortening the window between inspection intervals for the helicopter maker.
FAA amends rule on the basis of a negative comment.
May 19 hearing on FAA reauthorization covers air traffic control modernization and reform.
The Swedish company is growing rapidly as operators see the benefits of its tools.
Jeppesen will provide a customized bundle that includes textbook materials for both private and commercial/instrument pilot training and other elements.
Available for retrofit or as a factory option, the $30,000 system is being demonstrated by the company on a float-equipped Husky this week.