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Photo courtesy of Scaled Composites.

Scaled Composites flies new single-engine jet

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Watch AOPA Live This Week, Oct. 12

Training and safety

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Mostly regarded as a set-and-forget component of an aircraft’s avionics, a transponder, with its multiple modes and codes, still demands attentive operation. Photo by Mike Fizer.

Training Tip: Squawking up a storm

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Figure 7-45 of the "Instrument Flying Handbook" depicting one method of circling approach patterns. Image courtesy of FAA.

Many circling approaches eyed for elimination

Updated GA Security Course

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A Cessna Skywagon departs the Garden Valley, Idaho, airstrip during the International 180/185 Club’s fly-in, held there each July. Photo by Crista Worthy.

Unique fly-ins across America

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Photo by Mike Fizer

Bahamas, Piper fly-outs, MacDill tour highlight year's final fly-in

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AOPA's 2018 Fly-In locations include Missoula, Montana; Santa Fe, New Mexico; Carbondale, Illinois; and Gulf Shores, Alabama.

AOPA’s 2018 Fly-Ins: Gateways for exploration

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California Aeronautical University’s ‘Mobile Flight Experience’ tours California to promote aviation

Join us at The AOPA Brickyard Bash in Indianapolis

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The San Jose, California, general aviation airport. iStock photo.

AOPA provides recommendations to airports writing FBO contracts

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The Federal Aviation Administration is one of the many government agencies that have influence over general aviation. Photo by David Tulis.

ATC ‘privatization’ delayed

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