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Live at SUN 'n FUN 2017
The Florida Aviation Network will be broadcasting live from the Aerospace Discovery at the Florida Air Museum during SUN 'n FUN 2017.
** We will be streaming live daily programs from 8:30 am until 3:30 pm. Stop by the set and see the crew in action....... Read More
Faro Stealth Headsets exclusively from Sporty’s
Now available exclusively from Sporty’s are Faro Stealth Headsets.

“We’re pleased to offer the Faro Stealth line of headsets, which are a great alternative for pilots who appreciate a great value,” says Sporty’s Vice President John Zimmerman. “Faro Stealth headsets are ideal for student pilots, passengers and those on a tighter budget.”

Pilots have a choice of either an a... Read More
Stallion 51 Celebrates 30 Years of Mustang Excellence
For three decades Stallion 51 Corp. has been known world wide for aviation excellence. In 1987, Stallion 51 Corp. established itself as a unique aviation business that specializes in rare expensive vintage aircraft; instructing, restoring, operating, and marketing the rarest of the breed.

Over the past 30 years, Stallion 51 has shared the cockpit with thousands of people. Almost 200 ... Read More
Lancair Assets Sale
For Immediate Release: February 10, 2017
Lancair International, Inc. is announcing the sale of all of its out-of-production Assets, Lancair brand, and Kit Components support assets to new ownership based out of Uvalde, Texas.
Effective February 8, 2017, composite kit-plane pioneers Lancair International Inc. and Kit Components Inc. announces the sale of all Non-Evolution Aircraft asset... Read More
Flying Musicians Flock to Sebring
Flying Musicians Association (FMA), a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization for pilots who are musicians, will descend upon Sebring Florida for the U.S. Sport Aviation Expo from January 25-28.

A passionate group of aviators/musicians will be on hand to inspire, educate, entertain; and encourage others to grow through aviation and music. The skills required to play an instrument and fly an ... Read More
Eagle Cap Software Hires Gary Minard as Vice President, Business Development
Sherwood, OR—January 19, 2017—Eagle Cap Software, a software development consultancy focused on flight operations, announces that Gary Minard has joined the company as Vice President, Business Development.
“As Eagle Cap continues to grow, we want support for our commercial operators to keep ahead of the need,” said Dane Winchester, CEO. “Gary, with his three-plus decades of helping the airl... Read More
Gleim Aviation Jumps on the FMA Bandwagon
January 10, 2017: Fort Worth, TX: The Flying Musicians Association welcomes Gleim Aviation as our newest corporate member.

Gleim Aviation is proud to support the Flying Musicians Association and the diverse talents among its members that inspire the world to move in many ways. It would be hard to find anyone more passionate than pilots or musicians about their crafts. Gleim Aviation i... Read More
Flying Musicians Announce Record-Breaking Year, Plan for 2017
Flying Musicians Association, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit is pleased to announce the conclusion of a successful 2016 and a jump-start opportunity for 2017.

In 2016, membership has grown to over 500 with 68 student members. FMA now has 17 regional or state-level ambassadors including one in Canada, a successful high school scholarship program (FMA Solo Program), a college internship program,... Read More
Daher Introduces Paint Scheme Configurator App for TBM 900, 930
Tarbes, France, November 28, 2016 – Daher today announced the release of a new iPad application that allows future TBM 900 and TBM 930 owners to customize the paint scheme of their very fast turboprop aircraft, while also enabling TBM fans to visualize the airplane of their dreams.
This free-of-charge application displays a full 3D view of the TBM that enables the aircraft to be seen from al... Read More
Right Footed: inspiration, with a special link to aviation
It’s about overcoming obstacles and inspiring others. Jessica Cox was born with no arms, yet she earned a black belt in Taekwondo, writes and types with her toes, and flies airplanes. She spreads encouragement around the world, even as she campaigns for the rights of the disabled, at home in the USA and worldwide, through her public engagements and work with NGOs.
Since the movie, Right Foot... Read More

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