An IA meeting discussion led Neil Stone on a quest to design and produce an affordable ELT tester. He succeeded.
"Rifle has 'Aviation DNA' throughout his body and it shows," says Stallion 51's Lee Lauderback. That DNA culminated in Joe "Rifle" Shetterly's P-51 Mustang check-out.
Pilots and aircraft builders in California work with local high school students to build an RV-12, giving them real-life skills and and much more.
He bought the engine, on the spot. The engine was surrounded by a CallAir Cadet.
Unless practiced, crosswind landings can bite a pilot. A look through NASA's Aviation Safety Reporting System (ASRS) details some of those pilot's bites.
Stanton’s Barbecue Fly-In Restaurant near Bennettsville, South Carolina, which boasts its own runway, caters to pilots.
A lack of knowledge of general aviation, as well as aircraft technology, often leads to juries awarding huge sums to plaintiffs, even when a plane crash isn't the fault of the manufacturer.
For air traffic controllers, working EAA AirVenture Oshkosh is like playing in the Super Bowl.
Equator Aircraft Norway reports the successful first flight of its P2 Xcursion prototype electric amphibious aircraft.
EAA AVIATION CENTER, OSHKOSH, Wisconsin — The Experimental Aircraft Association (EAA) is celebrating 35 years of the EAA Air Academy with a new exhibit in the EAA Aviation Museum. The EAA Air Academy is a youth program created in 1984 by Executive Director of Resident Education Chuck Larson as a way to reach to young […]