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Alpha Systems AOA: Helping Pilots Fly Safer, One AOA at a Time
Introducing the NEW Raven Kit. Pilots will benefit greatly by having real time AOA displayed from a dual, heads up display(HUD) in their peripheral vision. This standalone retrofit kit is for the GA, commuter, commercial, and transport aviation community. This kit takes the AOA information already provided by a certified AOA system and reads the AOA information via RS232 or ARINC 429 serial bus...... Read More
TBM introduces heated seats
Daher’s Model Year 2018 TBMs introduce heated seats for enhanced comfort, marking a first in single-engine turboprop aircraft.

Tarbes, France, February 13, 2018 – Daher today announced new features for its 2018 production TBM 910s and TBM 930s, including the first electrically-heated seats for an aircraft in its single-engine turboprop category.

Building on the cabin re... Read More
Michael Goulian Wins Abu Dhabi Red Bull
It's been a long wait for Michael Goulian - nine years since the last win in Budapest 2009. Flying consistently fast all week, persistence paid off.
50,000 spectators watched on Abu Dhabi’s Corniche as Michael Goulian delivered an impressive 53.695 second time through the track during the Final 4, ultimately pushing him at the top of the podium.
“It was awesome, and my whole team is ov... Read More
Merlin PSA Now Flying with 4-stroke HKS power
Lakeland, FL, January 21, 2018: “It’s remarkable, the difference in the feel of the airplane,” says Aeromarine President Chip Erwin, from his build center in Florida, where he is managing the flight testing on the newest iteration of the popular single-place PSA (Personal Sport Aircraft), the Merlin, now with smooth, economical, 4-stroke HKS power.

The crisp performance hasn’t changed... Read More
HAI, AOPA, EAA, GAMA, NBAA, NATA petition to reopen Registry
January 21, 2018: to The Honorable Elaine L. Chao Secretary, Department of Transportation
Re: Request to Reopen United States Aircraft Registry
Dear Secretary Chao: We are writing to urge the Department to restore the full functioning of the FAA’s Aircraft Registration Branch (“U.S. Registry”) during the current government shutdown. The U.S. Registry in Oklahoma City performs a criti... Read More
Flying Musicians: in Sebring January 24-27
Flying Musicians Association (FMA), a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization for pilots who are musicians, will once again descend upon Sebring Florida for the U.S. Sport Aviation Expo from January 24-27.
A passionate group of aviators/musicians will be on hand to inspire, educate, entertain, and encourage others to grow through aviation and music. Performance by the Sebring High School Jazz ensem... Read More
Bahamas Flight First to Clear Customs at new Lakeland-Linder (LAL) Facility
LAKELAND, Florida – November 17, 2017 - Lakeland Linder Regional Airport in Lakeland, Florida commissioned its airport facility as the newest port of entry for U.S. Customs and Border Protection clearance of international flights. Four pilots who... Read More
Yoshihide Muroya wins Indianapolis Red Bull race, Championship
2017 is definitely Japan's year at the Brickyard.
After flying an uncharacteristically lousy qualifying run on a clear, calm, seventy-degree Friday, Yoshihide Muroya flew fast and made fewer mistakes than others on a cold, gusty Sunday in Indianapolis and became the first Japanese pilot to capture the Indy win, and the 2017 Red Bull Air Race championship.
The official account: Heavy ra... Read More
Innovative NFlightMic effortlessly converts consumer headsets
No modifications, no tools!
September 19, 2017: NFlight Technology LLC announces its new NFlightMic, an aviation microphone that converts a consumer headset into an aviation headset.
Until now, pilots were forced to purchase expensive aviation headsets, even when they may already have a good audio-only set. The universal compatibility of the NFlightMic allows pilots to use the quality... Read More
Pilatus PC12 based flight simulator receives FAA approval
Seattle, WA (9/12/17) – one-G simulation has received the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Letter of Authorization (LOA) for the Swiss12 Advanced Aviation Training Device (AATD), a new training platform based on the Pilatus PC12.

Like one-G’s line of other FAA approved AATD’s, the Swiss12 is model specific, emulating the precise flight characteristics, instrumentation, and coc... Read More

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