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Open Flight Solutions and DroidEFB Partner To Reduce GA Costs, Enhance Safety
Oshkosh, WI - DroidEFB, the leading electronic flight bag application for the Android mobile platform, and Open Flight Solutions, makers of the popular multi-function FlightBox ADS-B and GPS receiver today announced the formation of a strategic partnership to provide a simpler and more integrated flight experience.

With a common goal to serve customers and expand service, we are work... Read More
Embry-Riddle Worldwide, CETYS Partner to Meet Growing Aerospace Industry in Mexico
July 27, 2017

A recent collaboration between Mexico’s CETYS University and Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University’s Worldwide Campus will not only strengthen the Baja California-based university’s master's program in Engineering and Innovation but also establish a series of courses specifically addressing the needs and interests of the fast-growing aerospace industry ... Read More
Phillips 66 Aviation Names Inaugural Winner for Flight Training Award
Phillips 66 Aviation Names Inaugural Winner for Flight Training Award

Wisconsin native accepts honor during AirVenture 2017 EAA Banquet dinner

OSHKOSH, Wis. July 27, 2017 – ‘Freedom’ and ‘integrity’ are the two words that Ben Van Handel uses to describe what flight means to him. Van Handel is the first recipient of the
Phillips 66® Aviation Experimental Aircraft As... Read More
Eric Whyte Named Recipient of Phillips 66 Aviation’s EAA Young Eagles Leadership Award
Eric Whyte Named Recipient of Phillips 66 Aviation’s EAA Young Eagles Leadership Award

Wisconsin native accepts honor in home state during AirVenture 2017

OSHKOSH, Wis. July 27, 2017 – Phillips 66® Aviation is happy to announce this year’s Experimental Aircraft Association (EAA) Young Eagles Leadership Award winner, Eric Whyte, of South Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Whyte’s exper... Read More
Cuba Welcomes Experimental Aircraft
General Aviation is relatively new to Cuba. To obtain a Cuban landing permit, it is necessary to produce a copy of the aircraft airworthiness certificate among other documents. When the Cuban Civil Aviation authorities in Havana viewed their first “special” airworthiness certificate with “experimental” and “amateur built” slashed across the top of the certificate, alarms bells began clanging...... Read More
Gogo Business Aviation makes connectivity affordable for light jets and turboprops; plans starting as low as $39 per month
Gogo Business Aviation offers affordable, powerful connectivity solutions specifically designed for light jets and turboprops, with plans starting as low as $39 a month. From inflight Internet and email, to personal smartphone use for voice calls and texting, as well as an array of cockpit apps, Gogo makes Wi-Fi work for owners, operators, passengers and pilots.

With affordably priced... Read More
Select prints on sale through July 30, including "Enduring Eddie" by John Young. Only one or two of each print is left, so order quickly!
The Boeing B-29 "Eddie Allen" was far more than just another combat machine thrown into the effort to bring WWII to an end. Named after the famous Boeing test pilot Edmund T. "Eddie" Allen, the aircraft was paid for by donations from the employees of Boein... Read More
Scaled President Ben Diachun talks Scaled Philosophies at EAA Airventure Oshkosh, Scaled Composites’s Thursday showcase
Ben Diachun, life-long aviation enthusiast, EAA member, and Scaled Composites President, doesn’t mean reinventing the wheel. He means finding new ways to learn how to turn dreams to reality. In this talk, Ben covers Scaled’s approach to creative design, rapid building, and safe testing in an environment of like-minded dreamers working towards one goal: to have fun. Listen to him speak on Thursd...... Read More
More: is creating buzz at Oshkosh!
OSHKOSH, WI - is creating buzz at Oshkosh! The company chose Oshkosh as their soft launch location and have been having great success in their first three days of making the business public.

Hundreds of people have stopped by to chat with co-founders Andy Nixon and Lindsay Irwin to learn more about the company and exciting opportunities that await aircraft owners when ... Read More
Seattle, WA (7/26/17) – Following an enthusiastically received rollout of the Torrance44 prototype at EAA AirVenture, CEO Xylon Saltzman now returns to one-G simulation headquarters in Seattle for a much anticipated final evaluation by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) of the Swiss12, a new proposed Advanced Aviation Training Device (AATD) based on the Pilatus PC12.

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