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NATA has outlined the detrimental impacts of the “denial of airport access and egregious FBO fees” campaign.

The Fort Lauderdale Executive Airport is hosting a RSAT meeting to discuss runway safety concerns. The meeting will be from 11 a.m. until 3 p.m. 

The FAA’s national #FlySafe campaign is helping educate pilots about best practices to calculate and predict aircraft performance and to operate within an aircraft’s limitations.

The stigma of taking medicine for a mental illness has prevented pilots from disclosing they are being treated for depression in fear of losing their medical certificate. Until a FAA policy change.

The U.S Department of Transportation is giving 390 airports in 47 states infrastructure grants as part of a $3.18 billion Airport Improvement Program.

NBAA announced its intent to present the Meritorious Service Award to Women Airforce Service Pilots.

In the heart of Melbourne sits a testament to Florida’s robust history in aviation.

Twelve general aviation groups issued a joint statement asking the FAA to take action against denial of affordable access to airport ramps.

NBAA announced that CNN commentator Paul Begala and political consultant Matt Schlapp will present on day 2 of NBAA-BACE

Key members of the senate hope new bipartisan legislation will motivate more people to join the aviation industry.

Boeing has anticipated a high pilot demand through the year 2037 in their aviation jobs forecast.

The Boca Raton Airport’s efforts help children start the school year right. Friday July 13th marked the end of a successful back to school drive at the Boca Raton Airport, raising a substantial amount of school supplies for children in need.

The flight planner can now detail winds aloft by leg.

Updates on charting standardization has begun to move forward.

One aviation expert has begun after-school sessions in aviation for at-risk youth.

The dog who greeted passengers and saw people off the runway at a jet center in Pensacola passed peacefully at the age of 13.

Solar Impulse Chair Bertrand Piccard will be speaking at this year’s NBAA Business Aviation Convention & Exhibition.

According to the FAA, the number of pilots in the last three decades has decreased drastically.

This 4th of July was a joyous night for all who were at the City of Boca Raton’s Fabulous Fourth Celebration. Sponsored by the Boca Raton Airport Authority (BRAA) and WPBF-TV, the event was free and open to the public.

Lowering cost and increasing choices are just some of the ways sustainable fuel could be made an easier option.

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