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  • Picture of the Day: Christen Eagle soars during air show
    Galen Huber submitted this photo and note: "A Christen Eagle performs during the 2023 South Plains Air Show in Slaton, Texas. The June show was put on by the TexasAirMuseum.org."

  • A down-to-earth, relaxing fly-in
    The annual fly-in at the Western Antique Aeroplane and Automobile Museum (WAAAM) at Hood River, Oregon, gets a returning crowd of happy pilots and pals each year.

  • Pilots flock to KMYJ for Zenith Homecoming
    Organizers proclaimed the 2023 event as the “best one yet,” estimating that more than 500 visitors were on hand over the two days and about 50 planes flew in to Mexico Memorial Airport in Missouri for the Homecoming.

  • Wanted: Another school ready for takeoff
    The Aviation Museum of New Hampshire has opened its search for another high school to start a student plane-building program.

  • Garmin autopilot certified for Cessna Cardinals, Beechcraft Mentors, and Piper Senecas
    Garmin has received FAA Supplemental Type Certification (STC) for the GFC 500 digital autopilot in additional aircraft, including the Cessna 177/177A Cardinal, the Beechcraft T-34A/T-34B series, and the Piper Seneca PA-34-200T and PA-34-220T II-V.

  • Passenger’s leg cramp results in bent RV-8
    A loss of directional control and subsequent runway excursion resulting as a result of the inadvertent rudder input by the passenger.

  • Picture of the Day: Sunrise preflight
    Dan Chapman submitted this photo and note: "Preflight done, coffee in hand, ready for a great morning of flying from Redlands Municipal Airport (KREI) in California."

  • I flew with Rusty
    After 20 years of giving Young Eagles flights, Minnesota pilot Rusty Eichorn designed a T-shirt to give to his young passengers.

  • Videos from the last Reno Air Races
    In the days before the tragic accident that ended racing at Reno, General Aviation News' Fred Johnsen captured some exciting video of the action.›

  • New foundation supports volunteer pilot organizations
    The foundation raises money from aviation and non-aviation companies and individuals to provide funding for volunteer pilot organizations towards hiring the staff to facilitate expansion and volunteer pilot recruitment, as well as purchase the software and administrative systems required to optimize community coordination and mission management, according to Jay Taffet, founder of the Charitable Aviation Foundation.

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