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Article: New Bottle, Old Wine

Admit it. Even if you fly Boeing 777s or Airbus 380s for a living, haven't you always wanted to climb into the rear pit of an open-cockpit biplane and launch for near horizons?

Article: Every Revolution Needs A Leader

It's not like there aren't already options on the market for Cessna 172 owner/operators who want all the Skyhawk's pilot-friendly familiarity with the added benefit of a fuel/money-saving diesel power plant.

Article: Cessna’s Super Single

Looking down from 25,000 feet, I can see the Channel Islands to the northwest and Mt. San Jacinto guarding Palm Springs to the east.

Article: More Than Simply The Fastest

Even if you've never flown one, Mooneys have a universal appeal as tough, quick-handling, economical, fast machines, often analogized as sport planes. ...

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Article: The Raven Takes Wing

The kit-built Raven light-sport bush plane was intended to become RANS' flagship crossover into the LSA world.

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Article: Cruising In Zenith’s Cruzer

When the FAA approved the LSA concept at Sun 'n Fun in April 2005, many pilots saw it as an opportunity to get back into the sky at a price that wouldn't bust the family budget.

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Article: Making A Splash In The LSA World

If you need convincing that LSA represent a valuable adjunct to traditional GA models, look no further than the amphibian world.

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Article: The Handsome, All-Terrain Bush Plane

Larry Labor followed a life path many pilots can identify with: After learning to fly in his youth, college, career (pharmacist) and family all conspired to keep him from the joys of the sky for decades.

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Article: The“i”s Have It

The family resemblance between the CTLSi and the original CT is clear, reflecting the series' evolutionary development.

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Article: Beautiful, Nimble, Stout And Fast…

So, what do you do if you're a national aerobatic champion, and you want to get to the next level? If you're Walter Extra, you design a new airplane—and 30 years ago, that's just what he did.