“Did We Get What We Were Promised, Or Is It A
Recently on an aviation forum, there was a discussion about how
pilots were using the current FSS and DUAT/DUATS services being
provided by the FAA, CSC and Lockheed Martin. The responses were
New Edition Features Info On Everything From Glass Retrofits To
The 2011-12 edition of the Aircraft Electronics
Association’s Pilot’s Guide to Avionics debuts during
the EAA’s AirVenture, July 25-31, in Oshkosh, WI. The free
Pilot’s Guide is available at the AEA’s booth in Hangar
Surprisingly Little New Information Presented
and Few Possible Fixes... Why?
At the 2010 AOPA event in Long Beach CA, the organization, while
attempting to reorient itself under the somewhat testy leadership
of Craig Fuller, held a symposium looking into the current state of
the flight training industry.
GAMA, IAMAW, AAAA, NATA Join Chorus Against Changes In
Accelerated Depreciation, Other Remarks Deemed Disparaging To
The Aviation Trade associations have rapidly responded to
remarks made by President Obama during a news conference Wednesday
in which he proposed ending accelerated depreciation for business
aircraft, and took what many viewed as a swipe at the industry by
referring to tax breaks for "corporate jet owners."
First Time A College Team Has Won Overall Top Honors
When the final calculations were finished at the end of this
year's Air Race Classic ... the all-women transcontinental national
air race ... a team representing Jacksonville University in
Jacksonville, FL emerged as the first university team to take
overall top honors in the event.