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.
The Florida Aviation Academy of Kissimmee aims to encourage young people to pursue careers in aviation.
The 2018 NBAA Compensation Survey results have illustrated a rise in salaries for business aviation professionals.
With this program, Eau Gallie High, a Brevard public school, has recently earned the distinction for being the only high school in the nation to become an approved training provider for the Aerospace/Aircraft Assembly certification exam.
The FAA and the aviation industry study how to ease restrictions on drone operations while dealing with a flood of Part 107 waiver requests.
Aviation groups have begun expressing their frustration toward lawmakers, urging them to pass a long-term FAA reauthorization bill.
The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and the general aviation (GA) community’s national #FlySafe campaign helps educate GA pilots about the best practices to calculate and predict aircraft performance and to operate within established aircraft limitations.
If you fly your drone anywhere near a wildfire, you could get someone killed. That’s the stern warning the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and U.S. wildland fire agencies have for pilots of unmanned aircraft (“UAS,” or more popularly “drones”) who interfere with fighting wildfires.
The FAA has briefed the flight training industry on measures it plans to implement to slash the delays many applicants face scheduling flight tests—including giving designated pilot examiners new flexibility to operate in a nationwide reshuffling of testing resources.
A million-dollar Mitsubishi Diamond 1A twin-fan jet aircraft was donated to Eau Gallie High School for their aerospace aircraft assembly certified maintenance facility and training facility.
The Experimental Aircraft Association Chapter 534 Aviation Youth Program has added the Mini Max airplane to their flyable collection.
AOPA, NBAA and NATA are continuing their fight against efforts to deregulate the charter industry through the Aviation Empowerment Act.
NBAA recently joined with a coalition of aviation groups in two separate efforts to reaffirm federal authority over the National Airspace System (NAS), including a letter to leaders of the U.S. Senate Committee on Commerce, Science and Transportation opposing any attempt to modify or remove the federal preemption provision of the 1978 Airline Deregulation Act (ADA)
Over 100,000 people have obtained the Remote Pilot Certificate to fly unmanned aircraft for recreational or commercial purposes.
Airplane and rotocraft shipments have increased in the second quarter of 2018 while billings declined, according to AOPA.