Monday, June 28, 2021

AEA 2021 Avionics News

The Aircraft Electronics Association gathered in Dallas for four days of new product announcements and technical training.

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Friday, June 25, 2021

AirVenture 2021 Preview

New arrival procedures in place will help manage the flow as EAA AirVenture returns in July with a big crowd expected, thanks in part to the pent-up demand for aviation fellowship and fun.

Tuesday, June 22, 2021

Turns Around a Funnel

Oklahoma pilot David Evans shares his story about flying around a cold air funnel in a motor glider.

Friday, June 18, 2021

S-TEC 3100 Digital Flight Control System (DFCS)

The 3100 is the industry’s most advanced autopilot for single and twin-engine aircraft like yours, providing exceptional workload reduction and safety-enhancing capabilities. Learn more at

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Tuesday, June 15, 2021

Teen pilot begins 48 state tour in a Cub

Ben Templeton, 18, is reaching out to his generation to promote flight training, Triple Tree, and an interest in aviation during a 48-state tour in a Piper J–3 Cub.

Saturday, June 12, 2021

Tecnam P2006T twin proves its might as a trainer

It's everything the old multi trainers aren't: sleek, efficient, well-behaved, and modern. AOPA Technical Editor Jill W. Tallman looks at how this tech-filled-twin is changing the face of multi-engine training.

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Wednesday, June 9, 2021

Pilot Lounge - Cliff Pemble - Garmin

Garmin has been awarded the prestigious Collier Trophy for its autoland system. Garmin President & CEO Cliff Pemble talks to Tom Haines about this singular achievement.

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Sunday, June 6, 2021

Reality Check: The Runway Behind You

Is the “impossible turn” in a single-engine airplane after all possible? Ask a group of pilots and you’ll stoke a passionate debate among opponents and proponents of what is known as the “180-degree turnback” to the departure runway after engine failure on takeoff.

The AOPA Air Safety Institute decided to test the disputed turnback theories, using a Piper PA-18 Super Cub, a Van’s RV-4, a Cessna 172N, and a Beechcraft Bonanza A36. Our study was conducted by highly experienced and proficient pilots flying predetermined profiles in near-perfect conditions. But the different results of turning back to the runway were surprising for each of us flying these profiles. You’ll see why in this Reality Check video.

Special thanks to Neil Doran, Tommy Blake and the staff at MRB for their support and coordination during the production of this video, and to Catherine Cavagnaro, Ace Aerobatic School, for technical consulting.

Thursday, June 3, 2021

Pilots to the Rescue

New York Pilot Michael Schneider wanted to make a difference using a GA airplane so he founded Pilots to the Rescue to save animals. AOPA tagged along for a rescue mission.