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The FAA is wanting to switch from being a provider of pilot weather briefing services to being an enabler relying on large amounts of automation.

All around the world, Women in Aviation International will host Girls in Aviation Day 2018 through its global chapter network and participating corporate members, sponsors and partners.

What started as a networking reception at NBAA-BACE has turned into multi-faceted industry workforce development initiative that will be celebrating its five years running.

Construction has begun on a new hangar complex at the Fort Lauderdale Executive Airport.

After recent reorganization of the FAA AFS, there has been a change to the wording of certain truth-in-leasing requirements.

Recently updated recommendations for polio vaccines for travelers bound to eight destinations means that aviators and their passengers should review immunizations records before departing.

Industry insiders are crediting a strong economy and medical reform among the key factors driving the used airplane market.

Testing that was halted earlier this year on an unleaded avgas under the FAA’S Piston Aviation Fuels Initiative will resume in the fall.

The Boca Raton Airport Authority is working on applying pavement rejuvenator after milling and resurfacing their runway in 2009.

Laura Azara talks about what it’s like to work as a contract pilot.

Industry professionals look at tips on how pilots can avoid airport construction.

While there are advantages to a COA for pilots, it is unclear if the practice truly helps improve safety.

NBAA announced this year’s Flying Safety Award recipients. The winners illustrate the pinnacle of professional and outstanding safety culture in the aviation workforce in an industry-wide effort to improve safety in business aviation operations.

After a high number of false alerts for 406 MHz emergency locator transmitters, the FAA is releasing information for operators to help minimize the problem.

In an effort to help the city attract elite sporting events and better service Miami’s own professional teams, Signature Flight Support, a fixed based operator (FBO) at Miami International Airport (MIA), is proud to announce the grand opening of its brand new 3,500 sq. ft. Sports Charter Terminal and accompanying 2,500 sq. ft. ground services equipment building.

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