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Robert Sumwalt has been a member of the National Transportation Safety Board since 2006. Prior to that, he worked for Piedmont Airlines, US Airways, Air Line Pilots Association and NASA. There are few people who have this guy's chops when it comes to aviation safety. This...

source: By Mark Huber
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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

About 1320 Pacific daylight time, a Cessna U206G sustained substantial damage after striking powerlines while on final approach to Killkarney Lake, located approximately 5 nautical miles southwest of Rose Lake, Idaho. The commercial...

source: I Fly America

Airport call letters are often odd and have no relationship to the airport's name. Let's have some fun with them and see if the place can be identified by airport call letters alone. One answer to each question is a correct airport, while the others are phony. 1. You are...

source: I Fly America

The first step in winterizing your aircraft is to review your aircraft's flight manual or pilot operating handbook. If your aircraft is very old, its documentation may not contain as much information as newer aircraft, but it is a starting point. How you winterize your aircraft...

source: By H. Dean Chamberlain, reprinted with permission from FAA Aviation News

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 — 1975 Beech A36: AVEMCO Price — $2,761 IFA Aviation Insurance Program Price —...

source: I Fly America

It's that T-6 howl — that MMMRRROWWRRMmmm that deafens and pierces at the same time. "The roar of that engine is the biggest thrill in the world, as you power down the runway, coming off the ground, going through all these monkey motions to get the gear up," says Martha...

source: Air and Space Magazine


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