Lean of Peak and the Engine Rebuild

Pilots come to their own conclusions about LOP/ROP operations.
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Universal Flight Concepts Adds To Tecnam Fleet

The training organization serves Baylor University’s flight program.
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Cessna 172: Still Relevant Today?

Is there a place in GA’s future for the most popular airplane of all time? We fly it and tell all.
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Transition Training: The Diamond DA62

A pilot makes the step up to a diesel-powered twin.
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Tecnam Delivers First P2012s to Cape Air

The transatlantic flight capped off FAA certification on the twin.
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Daher Finalizes Purchase of Quest Aircraft

The completion of the acquisition gives birth to the new Kodiak Aircraft division.
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Texas Aircraft’s Colt S-LSA Receives FAA ASTM Certification

Interest is high for the modern Special Light Sport Aircraft (S-LSA).
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The Kodiak 100 Series II is Built To Do it All

Whether hauling cargo or passengers or dropping in on a backcountry strip, this turboprop's design can handle it.
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Photos: Lancair Evolution Piston

Sleek, four-seat composite Evo comes with 350 hp Lycoming iE2.
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The Beechcraft Bonanza G36 Thrives in the Modern World

With a slew of sophisticated enhancements over the years, one of general aviation’s most iconic designs holds true.
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