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Article: Guest-Speaker: The Next Space Race

NASA....

Article: The Master As Student

With his big rawboned hand almost...

Article: Citizen Near Miss

Pilots have a lot in common. They’re detail-oriented. They like direct routing and a good deal. But, most of all, they love adventure and the chance to go somewhere that few have gone before, especially in an airplane. I’ve often stared at the circled...

Article: Of Bachs & Ganns & Fabulous Words

If...

Article: Glass-Cockpit Blackout

The NTSB doesn’t just investigate...

Article: Memories Of Africa, Part VI

In response to what seems like a...

Article: From The Editor: The Sky's Not The LImit

I first met Lina Borozdina at Oshkosh in 2005, when Richard Branson and Burt Rutan announced a joint venture between Virgin Galactic and Scaled Composites to manufacture a fleet of suborbital spacecrafts intended for...

Also labeled: Columns, Journeys, Pilot Talk

Article: True Confessions

If aviation...

Article: Space Flight For Sale

While most little children around the world were being read to sleep with soothing fairy tales, Lina Borozdina was getting tucked in for the night with stories of space travel.

Also labeled: Journeys, People and Places, Travel

Article: From The Arctic To The Tropics

It’s cold. It’s white. And it’s north. (Very north.) Underneath us...

Also labeled: Columns, Journeys, Pilot Talk

Article: Extreme Flying

The horizon is overrated," quips Major Bryan Elsworth from the right seat of the LC-130. I think he's joking, but I'm not positive.

Article: Oshwatch!

In a recent attempt to scare myself about how old...

Article: The Stearman That Changed Me

Article: The Post-Oshkosh Blues

As this is being written, it’s 7:45 p.m. on the night that the happenings i...

Article: Weather Encounters

There’s never b...

Article: Ode To The Fast Lane

I...

Article: From The Editor: Zivko Edge Phone Home

“Spot Check OK. Latitude: 37.7445. Longitude: -97.224,” read a text message on my cell phone, and I knew that contributor Bill Stein had made it safely in his Edge 540 to Wichita, Kans.,...

Also labeled: Columns, Journeys, Pilot Talk

Article: Air Show Roundup: Oshkosh!

Article: From The Editor: No Sleep Till Touchdown

I’ll never forget the first cross-country flight that I was on. I sat left seat as we departed the Los Angeles Basin, headed north for the coastal hamlet of Shelter Cove, Calif. After reaching cruise altitude, my right-seat companion, who was the...

Also labeled: Columns, Journeys, Pilot Talk

Article: Waking Up To Fatigue

The FAA is paying renewed attention to human fatigue in...

Article: Light-Sport Chronicles: A Tale Of Two Countries

Article: GA & The Environment

Environmental awareness across the globe is becoming increasingly acute. The global media and the world’s population are increasingly focused on climate change and the extent to which aviation contributes to it. The general aviation manufacturing...

Article: Simplify, Simplify

No news can sometimes be better than good news. In...

Article: Great Sandy Australia

Article: Beech Party!

Article: Bugs & Hugs

I've always been fascinated by people who voluntarily climb out of the seat of a perfectly safe airplane and onto its wing. My first experience seeing a wingwalking performance was at an air show in Florida

Also labeled: Journeys, People and Places

Article: Flying In Israel

Ahead and to the left, the startling deep, blue Dead Sea waters emerge from the light haze, in jarring contrast to the desolate, brown world of the Judean Desert, over which our airplane has been cruising for the last 15 minutes.

Article: With Six, You Get Aileron Roll

"Uh oh,” crackles Rand...

Article: In This Together

This could be the...

Article: Back To The Future!