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Colorado gets its first spaceport

A seven-year wait has paid off for a general aviation airport near Denver, as it has received approval to become only the 11th commercial spaceport in the country. However, not all parties are as pleased with the news and its potential impact. Front Range Airport, less...

source: By Matt Falcus
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Be sure to visit I Fly America on Facebook. You will be able to read the latest news from IFA, network with other IFA members, and connect with fellow aviators by sharing your favorite aviation photos and flying destinations. Make sure to "Share" our information with your...

source: I Fly America

Q. I was in an automobile accident a year ago. I was rear-ended by a 23 yr. old texting and driving 75 mph; I was nearly stopped. I lost consciousness for about 15-20 minutes. Since then, I suffer from occasional migraines induced by fluorescent lights, computer screens...

source: Source: FAA Safety Briefing, By Penny Giovanetti, D.O. Manager, Aerospace Medical Specialties Division

At airports where a variety of aircraft come and go, have you ever noticed how the transport planes are all lit up like Christmas trees even during daylight hours, despite clear weather and minimal traffic? They want to make doubly sure everyone else in the air and on the...

source: By Paul Engstrom, Aviation Writer and IFA Member

WARNING! You may be paying too much for your aircraft insurance! The IFA Aviation Insurance Program offers you more choices and better rates. Here's an actual example — 1974 Cessna 177R: AVEMCO Price — $1,815 IFA Aviation Insurance Program Price —...

source: I Fly America

In 1937, up on the windy heights of the Yorkshire moors, British sportsman Frank Charles taught himself to fly in primitive gliders. He soon tired of their limited capabilities, and went in search of something that could actually soar instead of simply glide downhill. The...

source: Air & Space Magazine

MT-Propeller has received an FAA STC for the next generation 5-blade Quiet Fan Jet scimitar composite propeller on the Cessna 208 and 208B Blackhawk with Pratt & Whitney PT6A-42A and Pratt & Whitney PT6A-140 engines.

source: General Aviation News


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