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Flight-training company Airline Transport Professionals (ATP) has agreed to buy up to 30 Piper Seminoles.
The TSA is willing to work to minimize the effect of its policies on general aviation (GA), said Gregory Kulis, a member of NBAA’s Security Counciil
The Rockford Area Aerospace Network (RAAN), a committee of the Rockford (Ill.) area economic development council (RAEDC), is here at the NBAA show highligh
When the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) first announced its Large Aircraft Security Program (LASP) in October 2008, it threatened to ground e
Charlie Sisk–who uses a Cessna 182 to help him meet with customers.
General Aviation Manufacturers Association president and CEO Pete Bunce says recent general aviation rallies held following disparaging remarks about busin
The House Homeland Security Committee was expected to take action last month on the “Aviation Security Stakeholder Participation Act of 2011,” which will e
Politicians like to use the term “dead on arrival” to refer to unpalatable bills, and that’s how 116 bipartisan members of the House earlier this year desc
In another sign of China’s growing interest in general aviation activities, the CAAC issued validation of the FAA type certificate for the Superior Air Par
When President Obama was in his business aviation-bashing mode earlier this year, the general aviation industry countered with a <link news/single-news-pag