Does a Cessna 152 bring more to the table (besides a little more horsepower) than the Cessna 150? Which is faster? Which can turn tighter? AOPA editors arranged a fly-off, and you might be surprised […]
Boeing’s founders shaped our world. What will future aircraft manufacturer’s dream next?
The Defense Intelligence Agency is accelerating change at “a moment of great strategic consequence and great strategic transition.” In Wichita, our 184th Intelligence Wing does Intelligence Analysis and Information Protection at McConnell AFB and is […]
From NBAA 2017 a VTOL aircraft that combines capabilities of helicopter and fixed-wing into one version. AOPA’s Fly-In to Groton, Connecticut drew a crowd including some head-turning heavies. See what’s coming up at the Tampa, […]
This is the fascinating story of the development of “Starship” aircraft conceived and built by Beechcraft in Wichita, Kansas, the Air Capital of the World. See the “Starship” up close and personal at the Kansas […]
North Korea boasts about its nuclear weapons program by releasing photos and videos of its missiles. But in them are tiny clues to their true capability. A team of U.S. analysts, working outside the government, […]
The GoFly is a $2m, two-year International incentive competition to create a personal flying device that can be safely used by anyone, anywhere.
The Boeing T-X aircraft has one engine, twin tails, stadium seating and an advanced cockpit with embedded training. The system also offers state-of-the-art ground-based training and a maintenance-friendly design for long-term supportability.
Flying private jet aircraft can be an easier transition from propeller aircraft if you your entry into the very light jet aircraft. Here is a good look at Cirrus Vision, Citation Mustang High Sierra, Eclipse […]
The “Over The Years Award” is given to companies an organizations that have exhibited a long-standing performance as good business citizens and are major contributors to our area’s economic well-being. Learn more about Spirit Aerosystems […]