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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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Approximately 1420 central standard time, a Piper PA-24-250 single-engine airplane was substantially damaged during a forced landing following a loss of engine power during takeoff initial climb from the Pecan Plantation Airport...

source: I Fly America

Communications of all types today use acronyms, but nowhere is this more prevalent than in aviation. The list of abbreviations and acronyms in the Aeronautical Information Manual takes up several pages. How is your knowledge of FAA language? Try your hand at identifying...

source: I Fly America

What's that weird noise? I think to myself as I prepare for departure. I just finished my run-up, ready for take-off, and there it is again — that deep knocking sound — three times now — "knock, knock, knock." But...

source: FAA Safety Briefing, by Jennifer Caron

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

A grassroots organization with 200,000 members, the Experimental Aircraft Association is a community of airplane enthusiasts who promote recreational flying. Besides helping one another fly, fix, and build airplanes, they encourage young people to learn to fly and perhaps...

source: Air & Space Magazine

Of all the mass produced airplanes ever to come off an assembly line, anywhere in the world, there may be no more iconic a flying machine than the humble Piper J3 Cub. First built in 1937, production of the Cub lasted a mere 10 years. By the time the Lock Haven, Pennsylvania,...

source: General Aviation News


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