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The group helps senators focus on safety, workforce, and other priorities ahead of the FAA’s 2023 reauthorization.
FOCUS ON THE U.S AIR FORCE: CELEBRATING 75 YEARS
On the occasion of its 75th anniversary, we give an overview of the history of the USAF and its predecessors.
The Pegasus tanker offloaded 1.46 million pounds of fuel to 66 aircraft over the course of 206 flight hours.
Voices of flying
Lighthawk’s annual meeting provides an opportunity to catch up on why the View From Above remains a critical aspect of aviation—and wildlife and environmental conservation efforts.
After a full year under new ownership, FLYING owner and CEO Craig Fuller outlines how the investment has been a smashing success thanks to more content of the highest quality, enormous advertiser support, and big plans to expand.
Disability is something that pilots always have in the back of their minds, because becoming disabled could mean losing their third-class medical certificate. It is
FLYING looks into classic college football rivalries as themes for aviation itineraries
A Luscombe 8A owner found that living at Parkland Estates Airpark near Erie, Colorado, has allowed him to better experience the joys of general aviation.
These airports attract pilots and rocket scientists alike.
Get an insider perspective on the Space Race and aviation in the South in this Alabama city.
Many appealing strips are not open to the public, but often you can get in if you ask.
This post is brought to you by our partners at Sunset Aviation Insurance. In fact, piston aircraft hull values have increased more than both turboprops
On September 26, NASA was able to successfully crash spacecraft into an asteroid. Now, it’s time to determine the outcome of this ‘impactful’ mission.
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A westward migration ends at Leisureland Airpark (WA96).