Captain Michel Gordillo was recognized by the Fédération Aéronautique Internationale (FAI) with a world record for being the first pilot to circumnavigate both the North and South Poles in a homebuilt aircraft weighing under 1,750 kilograms (3,858 pounds), and to be the first ever to fly a single-engine aircraft across Antarctica.
Bob Hoover had such great touch that he could perform precision mere mortals wouldn’t consider. His passing signifies a major transition in the skill set.
Arnold Palmer Golfer & Aviator Arnold Palmer, a man who made golf a sport of interest to America, died on Sunday, September 25. As evidenced by the quotes cited below, Mr. Palmer attributed much of…
Capt. Randy Babbitt is retiring after 50 years in the aviation industry. His resume includes senior VP of labor relations for Southwest and head of the FAA.
The prestigious National Safety Council teaches and recognizes approaches to safety. It highlights Safety Management Systems as a tool for reducing risks.
What did the students of Weyauwega-Fremont High School in Wisconsin who won the 2016 STEM award have to do to win this prize—a trip to Washington, DC?
The 2016 BAMSA was awarded to Douglas Schwartz, manager of global aviation services at ConocoPhillips, in recognition of his tireless dedication to making business aviation safer.
Congratulations to all of the airlines whose employees showed them some love.