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Combat complacency with the AOPA Air Safety Institute's new Accident Case Study.

Combat complacency

Quadcopters navigate through gates at speeds exceeding 60 mph at the U.S. National Drone Racing Championships. Jim Moore photo.

Drones race for dollars

Robert B. "Glider Bob" Saunders. Photo by Marc Arnold.

'Glider Bob' dies in motorglider accident

Briefing Sweeps

Cessna 150: Thousands trained, and counting

Aviation enthusiasts set an AOPA regional fly-in record by flying 690 aircraft and driving 1,064 automobiles to Bremerton National Airport for the AOPA Fly-In at Bremerton, Washington, Aug. 20. Photo by David Tulis.

AOPA Fly-In at Bremerton 'awesome'

John Robinson looks forward to helping other pilots gain access to aircraft they can fly after training through organizations like Able Flight. Contributed photo.

Able Flight grad launches nonprofit

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Customer frustrations

It does not happen often, but it does happen. Whether you fly for an airline or a small flight school or do something entirely unrelated to aviation, at some point, somebody is going to walk up to you and say something to the effect of “Your company sucks.” Pilots are easy targets because our uniforms make us stand out. ...
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