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How can fuel affect the aviation and marine industries?

Nothing affects the transportation industry quite like fuel. Whether it's price, type or scarcity, the specter of gas always looms heavy over the industry of planes and boats. While states across the nation contemplate raising taxes on gas to pay for infrastructure repairs,...

source: By Ryan Clark
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Accident Report — A Beech B36TC overran the runway during the landing roll at Montgomery Field Airport (MYF), San Diego, California. The aircraft was operated under the provisions of 14 CFR Part 91. The commercial pilot,...

source: I Fly America

Most pilots know a great deal about aviation today and in the past — Charles Lindbergh, Amelia Earhart and so on. But how much do they really know? Here are some questions to test your knowledge. 1. When was the first flight? a. 1903 b. 1871 c. 1783 2. Name the...

source: I Fly America

Even though a person might have lost the action in an arm or limb, or perhaps lost the extremity entirely, it doesn't mean passing a medical examination and obtaining a pilot's license must also be lost. The Federal Aviation Administration has set up procedures whereby...

source: By Charles Spence, aviation writer and IFA member

Along with all of the other valuable IFA member discounts and benefits, we think we can also save you hundreds of dollars on your auto insurance with these special discounts from MetLife Auto & Home®: Up to 10 percent automatic group discount Up to 20 percent...

source: I Fly America

Prior to 1927, many well-informed people — as well as the general public — continued to think of aviation as a stunt to be marveled at or an amusement, but not something of concrete accomplishment. These attitudes changed during 1927 with many epic flights that...

source: General Aviation News

A review of air traffic control recordings indicated that, after the Glasair Sportsman GS-2 crossed over the mountains, the pilot checked in with the Denver terminal radar approach controller and expressed concern about the weather at her destination airport. After receiving...

source: General Aviation News


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