News and issues concerning general aviation, specifically airplanes and helicopters powered by piston and alternative engines (i.e., non-turbine powered aircraft). Subjects include aircraft, engines, personnel, acquisitions, accidents, safety, security and training.
HAI president James Viola believes a proposed parks overflight plan could put air tour operators out of business.
Hamilton County Ohio plans to replace outdated MD-series 500 sheriff helicopters with drones.
Hartzell Engine Tech's Quality Aircraft Accessories has completed a more than year-long expansion to its Tulsa facilities.
Rotorcraft Aviation Safety Information Analysis and Sharing (R-ASIAS) mirrors safety reporting programs developed for fixed-wing aircraft.
Issues with Vespel spline adapters continue to overhang S-92 main gearboxes.
All survive after a Bristow medevac flight experiences cockpit smoke and loss of flight controls, resulting in an emergency landing in southern Louisiana.
The FAA's decades-old thinking on spin training needs a new approach.
Growth will be driven by the demand for light helicopters, greater aftermarket demand, and the commercialization of UAM and eVTOL aircraft.
Cirrus Aircraft has secured a 60-year ground lease for its recently acquired building and land in Duluth, Minnesota.
The National Air Transportation Association has released a white paper: Unleaded Avgas Conversion Considerations for Aviation Fuel Providers.