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FAA's chief says the agency is working on a new rule to clarify instruction requirements in certain category aircraft, but the industry isn't satisfied.
The first EAA AirVenture Oshkosh show since the last one in 2019 attracted huge crowds and record-breaking numbers of aircraft.
Daher's TBM turboprops already sold out for 2021.
An unleaded replacement for leaded 100LL avgas is on the short-term horizon and may solve a difficult problem for general aviation.
The PilotEye vision system is based on artificial intelligence technology and promises to reduce pilot workload, while also supporting autonomous flight.
The Curti Zefhir kit helicopter carries a price of $500,000 during AirVenture.
Icon Aircraft plans later this year to achieve FAA Part 23 certification of its A5 amphibious airplane, in the primary category.
Epic plans to deliver 14 of its E1000s this year.
EAA lands record number of aircraft in days leading up to AirVenture.
Diamond Aircraft's DA50 RG will debut this year at AirVenture; deliveries are expected to begin next year.