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1. FAA announces 'first-come, first-served' ADS-B rebate program

From June 15: In hopes of encouraging compliance with the ADS-B rule, the Federal Aviation Administration is offering a rebate incentive to owners of general aviation aircraft. The aim is to not only spur compliance, but to also avoid...

source: By Ryan Clark
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At approximately 1350 mountain standard time, a Cessna 421 experienced the in-flight separation of the inboard half of the right elevator while en route from Idaho Falls, Idaho, to American Falls, Idaho. The commercial pilot,...

source: I Fly America

Here is a double quiz for you. Test your knowledge of these historic aviation events and also see if you can determine what connects all these questions. 1. What was the first city to call a field facility for flight an 'airport?' a. Atlantic City, N.J. b. Dayton, OH c....

source: I Fly America

BasicMed Begins — These two small words have so much meaning for me and my fledgling aviation career. Did you know that a fledgling is a young bird learning to fly? Well, that's me. But in this case, I'm a young bird with medical issues — and I'm planning to...

source: By Jennifer Caron, FAA Safety Briefing

The IFA Aircraft Finance Program is offered through a leading aircraft financing company that specializes in financing for general aviation and business aircraft nationwide. The program provides fast, easy and competitive financing and refinancing for new and used aircraft,...

source: I Fly America

Early one spring morning in 1931, a strange metallic rain began to fall on Jacksonville Beach, Florida. A single-engine Bellanca-Packard flying laps above the beach was dropping empty five-gallon Texaco cans. The airplane's two pilots were attempting to break the world aviation...

source: Air & Space Magazine

Leaders of the House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee have introduced the bipartisan FAA Reauthorization Act of 2018 (H.R. 4), a five-year bill to reauthorize the FAA. H.R. 4 was introduced in the House by the entire...

source: General Aviation News


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