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Flying Magazine Apr 19
We're already digging into the news that the FAA has grounded the entire fleet of Cirrus Vision Jets over an angle of attack issue.
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Flying Magazine Mar 19
Safety Topics Emerge Following Grounding of Boeing’s 737 Max via
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Flying Magazine Mar 16
New evidence related to stabalizer trim seems to confirm why the U.S. grounded Boeing's 737 Max 8.
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Flying Magazine Mar 16
Touch and goes are supposed to be on the runway, no? Tom Podolec Aviation () Dashcam video shows Cirrus SR20 in the pattern narrowly missing vehicles at Toronto Buttonville (YKZ). Instructor & student suffered minor injuries.
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Tom Hall ☘ Mar 5
Bald Eagles Love Sushi too 🍣 🦅
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Flying Magazine Mar 5
O'Hare Tower Controller Prevents a Potential Disaster Last Friday. (Photo courtesy Martin Pinnau)
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Flying Magazine Mar 5
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Flying Magazine Feb 5
A look at the shutdown from inside the ATC system -
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Rob Mark Jan 26
Had a fun lunch today after teaching part of the flying companion course at the Chicago 99’s Aviation Expo.
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Rob Mark Jan 24
And of course I must say thanks to the people for their support so I could attend safety committee in Dallas. Always nice to be back at ORD, even if it is only +6. Let’s see, that’s about what C again?
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Flying Magazine Jan 19
WASPs like Millicent Young made valuable contributions to aviation during WWII -
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Flying Magazine Jan 18
This is a pretty cool cloud formation - Reuters Top News () 1/17/19, 21:30 An impressive cloud front filled the sky around Buenos Aires, Argentina
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PodcastingOnAPlane Jan 17
Friends, if you haven't heard it, check out my interview with renowned Concorde expert and Retired Captain John Hutchinson about Why Air France Really Stopped Flying the Concorde via
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Airplanista Jan 15
Incredibly cool photo here. Yes, night flying is very nice, but if only VFR, a few important hours of IFR training will serve you well when no horizon is the result of a lot of black nothing in the windscreen. Must trust your instruments and know your airplane well.
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No Plane No Gain Jan 15
Business aviation brings major economic benefits to communities across the country. Tell us how in your community.
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Air Facts Journal Jan 15
Mast bumping is the scourge of Robinson helicopters, except over the past 5 years there have been zero fatal mast bumping accidents in the US.
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NYCAviation Jan 15
We have lots of content for you today. The accident predates our Twitter accounts by about 6 months, but here is the thread:
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FAPA.aero Dec 21
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Flying Magazine Jan 15
Pretty nice landing for a whale I'd say ...
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Honda Aircraft Co. Jan 15
The pinnacle of luxury and performance.
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