General aviation (GA) safety has made the National Transportation Safety Board’s (NTSB) top 10 most-wanted list for 2011. AOPA takes exception with the board’s findings.
Read the full article here from Aviation Week.
AOPA Taking on the FCC… AOPA President Craig Fuller testifies before CongressContinue reading
Pilot shortages facing the industry. Keep the seed grounds open. Now is not the time to stifle the germination of the wonders of flight through unnecessary and overreaching MA regulation.Continue reading
Yesterday, 6/20, Sanjiv Ahuja, chairman and CEO of LightSquared announced that the company will move to a different location on the spectrum to avoid interference with GPS by its wireless-broadband network. “This is a solution which ensures that tens of millions of GPS users won’t be affected by LightSquared’s launch.”Continue reading
Great article in Flying magazine by John King on… Risk Management Vs Safety. The article is written for manned aviation; however, the principles equally apply to MA.Continue reading
FCC grants LightSquared an extension on its report on the threat its new wireless broadband network might pose to GPS operations….What does this mean for UAS?Continue reading
On June 13th the media reported a “WWII bomber (the Liberty Belle) crashes, bursts into flames” in Oswego, IL. The photo to the left is the photo released by the media that millions saw. The photo on the right is the photo taken by the crew and passengers after a safe forced landing and egress from the A/C.Continue reading
This is where MA and AMA shine bright. AMA is working directly with EAA in a partnership program that will tie EAA Young Eagles to AMA’s educational programs and our local clubs. Interested? Contact AMA Education Director, Bill Pritchett, at: firstname.lastname@example.org for more details…Continue reading