GAMA: Business Aviation on an Upswing Bizjets, Helos Lag in ADS-B Installs as Capacity Shrinks Shipments rose in 2017 GAMA’s Bunce moving an aggressive agenda Legislative and Regulatory Gains Once a “subsidiary” of AIA,…Read More
The new, improved, revised Part 23 became effective on August 30, 2017. Change is difficult. Will it work?
AOPA annually issues a safety record of General Aviation. In this age which relies heavily on numbers to reduce risks, this is an incredibly valuable resource.
On May 17, the Jackson Hole Airport Board passed a resolution to issue an RFP for another FBO. Now on August 16, the Board decided to investigate an option of buying the incumbent facility. JAC will have to pass through the eye of the FAA Chapter 8 Exclusive Rights’ needle.
Dr. Nicholas Webster, NTSB Medical Officer, writes about the medical analysis aspect of NTSB general aviation accident investigation.
Three articles about General Aviation that bear repeating & provide insight. Don’t Underestimate GA.
To force flying car certification before proof of airworthiness will hurt this nascent business with such great potential.
The most publicized FAA enforcement case, without any loss of persons or property, recently closed. The FAA chose to require additional training. Here’s the story.