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Article: On A Heading For Home

I live in downtown Manhattan and like the...

Article: High-Tech Buyer's Guide

An interesting trend has...

Article: Tech Talk: Garmin’s Synthetic Vision Technology

­If there ever was a cross between a computer game and the real world, it was laid out on the panel before me. I was at the 2008 Sun ’n Fun Fly-In in...

Article: July 2008 Readback

Cessna Aircraft Company will offer...

Article: May/June 2008 On The Radar

In early February 2008,...

Article: Flying With Speed Brakes

I was flying with a buddy in my...

Also labeled: Modifications

Article: June 2008 Readback

On March 8, 2008,...

Article: Flying the G1000 IFR Like the Pros!

Flying the...

Article: Heads Up On Headsets

Aviation headsets—now that’s a topic that’s...

Article: The Day Of The Personal Jet

It’s a new world. VLJs and p...

Article: May 2008 Readback

The General Aviation Manufacturers Association (GAMA)...

Article: Aspen Evolution EFD1000 Pilot/Pro PFD

Owners and pilots of...

Article: We're Headed For The Future

To borrow a line from my favorite songwriter and...

Article: April 2008 Readback

Aviat Aircraft announced that the first Husky A-1C is on...

Article: Lightspeed Zulu

I first learned about the Lightspeed Zulu from a...

Article: $1,000 Per Month Airplane

Because response to Plane & Pilot’s “$500 Per Month?” article [October 2007] was so overwhelming, we decided to take the idea to the next level.

Article: Project Bonanza Part I

Here at Plane & Pilot, we wanted an airplane that had performance for weekday business missions and economy for fun on the weekends.

Article: March 2008 Readback

With an auction bid of $26.4 million on November...

Article: Flight Guide Online

Flight Guide Online, by Airguide...

Article: Emergency Locator Transmitters

Like most of you, I've been flying with one or another ELT for years, hoping I'd never have a reason to use one. In truth, I took them for granted, assuming the technology would save my life if it ever became necessary.

Article: 10 Affordable Classics

Affordable classics might seem an oxymoron, a contradiction in terms, but in fact, there are more of them available than you might imagine. Before we could home in on the top 10, however, we had to define exactly what we meant by “affordable” and...

Article: Buyer's Guide: Gotta-Have-It Cockpit Gear

Believe it or not, there are still lots of pilots out there who are flying without a GPS. There are many portables, such as the Airmap 500, Garmin 196 and 295 and the Skymap IIIC, that will not only make flight navigation easier, but also help you find...

Article: Buyer's Guide: The New Headsets

Over the last decade,...

Also labeled: Headsets, Pilot Supplies

Article: February 2008 Readback

Cirrus Design announced that its fleet...

Article: January 2008 Readback

Liberty announced the closing of a major debt financing, arranged by Kuwait Finance...

Article: Staying Safe

Remember when CB radios were actually useful? Like CBs...

Article: October 2007 Readback

More than 560,000 visitors and 10,000 airplanes...

Article: November 2007 Readback

After introducing the 300 Knot Club, Columbia...

Article: Handheld Avionics

I’m sold on the concept that using portable avionics in the cockpit will make the flying experience safer and m...

Article: December 2007 Readback

British race pilot Paul Bonhomme was...