Fuel mismanagement accidents are very preventable.
The NTSB's new safety alert, Flying on Empty, aims to reduce the number of GA accidents caused by fuel mismanagement.
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The International Aerobatic Club will host the U.S. National Aerobatic Championships in Oshkosh, beginning on September 23.
The U.S. business-aviation community is uniting to aid in Hurricane Harvey relief efforts—and they need help.
U.S. futurist Thomas Frey spoke on the future of drones at the World of Drones Congress in Brisbane.
U.S. futurist Thomas Frey believes there could be as many as 1 billion drones flying, swimming and rolling on the ground by 2030.
New luxury bizjet series closes in on certification.
Gulfstream has flown its final G600 test aircraft, as the company nears FAA certification for the luxury business jet.
EasyJet is launching the service across its network (excluding London Gatwick Airport) after more than 9,000 passengers chose the option during a four-week trial in France earlier this year.
Versatile aerobatic airplane is ready to roll.
Game Composites' Gamebird GB1 has achieved FAA certification, after just four years since its conception.
Aircraft seat belts typically don’t get much consideration when it comes to adding style and presentation to your interior. The folks at Aircraft Belts are out to change that perception. A sister company to Twin Commander Aircraft, Aircraft Belts is now offering replacement restraint systems that feature custom-engraved lift lever lids featuring your aircraft’s head-on […]
A move to privatize U.S air traffic control (ATC) services has slowed, but the issue isn’t going away, Rep. Ron Estes (R-Kan.) said during an Aug 29 speech at the Wichita Aero Club.
Alaska Airlines said Aug. 30 Singapore Airlines will be its newest global partner.