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April 16, 2015

GAMA Hails Progress Toward New Era Of European Airplane Certification

EASA Has Provided Draft Regulations To Shape The Designs For GA Aircraft Of The Future

GAMA welcomes the progress achieved by the global general aviation community during AERO Friedrichshafen toward a more dynamic path to bring new aeroplanes and technologies to market, the association said in a statement released Wednesday.

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Mooney International Delivers Three New M20TN Acclaims

New Owners In Louisiana, Florida, And New York

Mooney International delivered three new M20TN Acclaims to their owners last week. The deliveries were made at Mooney’s Kerrville, Texas, facility on Thursday and Friday.

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Textron Aviation Focuses On Piston Power At AERO Friedrichshafen

From Alternative-Fuel Skyhawks To Piston Twins, Attention Is On Reciprocating Engines

Textron is showcasing its extensive range of piston powered aircraft with a display of its Beechcraft and Cessna models during the annual Aero Friedrichshafen, taking place this week in Friedrichshafen, Germany.

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Parkland College Offers Flight Training, AA Degree Program

Director Of Aviation Says Program Can Save Students Up To $50,000

The Parkland College Institute of Aviation at the University of Illinois is offering very special opportunities for students who wish to pursue aviation as a career.

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Continental Motors, CAUC Enter Into Cooperative Agreement

Will Expand And Enhance General Aviation Training In China

The Continental Motors Group recently signed a Memorandum of Understanding with The Civil Aviation University of China to support the growing demand of general aviation in China. The scope of the MOU is to establish a close partnership and cooperation in the field of piston engines used to power general aviation aircraft.

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Huerta: FAA Needs Stability In Funding To Implement NextGen

Testifies Before Senate Commerce Committee

FAA Administrator Michael Huerta told the Senate Commerce Committee Tuesday that one of the primary concerns about the implementation of NextGen is the lack of stable funding against a "very challenging fiscal backdrop."

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NTSB: Pilot In BD-22L Accident Was Operating Airplane For First Time

Witnesses Said Airplane Was Flying "Unstable" And "Fast"

The NTSB has released its preliminary report from an accident in Ft. Pierce, FL which fatally injured the commercial-rated pilot on board the airplane.

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