Approaching a New Airport

Practical tips help ease your way into an unfamiliar field.
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Moving on Up

If you want to buy the airplane of your dreams, you might need an IFR rating.
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Hot Weather Takes a Toll

Adjusting your training to the demands of summertime flying.
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Embraer E195-E2 and E190-E2 Receive Type Certification in Canada

Embraer said the E195-E2 jet burns 25 percent less fuel than the previous-generation aircraft.
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Joby Completes Second of Four System Reviews with FAA

The system review validated the overall architecture of the aircraft and ensures the eVTOL development process is on track, Joby said.
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Aviation Attorney Presses FAA to Update Mental Health Policies

Aviation Attorney and Pilot Joe LoRusso recently joined BusinessAir TV, where he spoke about the state of mental health support in the aviation ...
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Garmin G5000 Earns EASA Approval for Cessna Citation Excel, XLS

Garmin launched its Citation Excel and Citation XLS G5000 modernization program three years ago and has upgraded more than 100 aircraft.
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Boom to Lead New Powerplant Design for Supersonic Jet

Boom Supersonic announced it is collaborating with industry partners FTT, GE Additive, and StandardAero to develop a new propulsion system for its Overture ...
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United to Purchase Up to 200 New Boeing Widebody Aircraft

The aircraft order is the largest ever placed by a U.S. commercial carrier for widebodies, United said.
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Forward-Fit Avionics Sales in Q3 Highest On Record

During the first nine months of the year, global sales of avionics totaled more than $2 billion, according to AEA.
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