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<strong>Hawker Beechcraft Beech 1900, Billings, Mont., May 23, 2008</strong>–The ATP-rated pilot of the Alpine Air Express Beech 1900 was killed when it cr
<strong>Bell UH-1N, Panama City, Panama, May 29, 2008</strong>–The Panamanian Air Service UH-1N crashed into an office building in Panama City, killing two
<strong>EADS Socata TBM 850, Iowa City, Iowa, June 3, 2008</strong>–A two-year-old patient was killed when an Angel Flight TBM 850 crashed on takeoff from
Congress resumed business early last month after an 11-day hiatus and took note of the to-do list President Bush outlined in his weekly radio address.
The American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA) has designated the FAA William J.
Testifying before the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) on air-quality standards for lead, AOPA executive v-p of government affairs Andy Cebula warned
A comprehensive pilot training and briefing system is available online (www.airportflightcrewbriefing.com/Teterboro) to help pilots prepare for flights int
Since January, pilots flying to airports in Southern California have been able to obtain overflight permits and fly directly to destinations like McClellan
Emblem Aviation purchased New Breed Aviation at Ralph Wenz Field Airport in Pinedale, Wyo., and plans to add a second FBO location in Arizona.
In a survey conducted by information provider Conklin & de Decker, operators reported that they save significant amounts on jet fuel by participating in di