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American Legend

Super Legend Aircraft Completes FAA Review and Approval

  Does it get any better than this? The Cub enjoys a reputation as an honest flying, low-and-slow airplane that brings a smile to anyone's face. Take the classic Cub, add more power, make it more convenient for carrying gear, then enhance the fun factor a bit... what you get is exactly what the Super […]

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TAPtv has released a new featurette on

Recently TAPtv visited legendary aircraft builder and collector (and champion aerobatic pilot) Kermit Weeks at his Fantasy of Flight Museum near Orlando Florida. Mr. Weeks gave TAPtv an exclusive guided tour of the museum, showing us some of the remarkable airplanes in his collection. See some of the amazing aircraft he owns at at

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Aircraft Spruce Now Carries the Deohako Propshot Lens

The Deohako PropShot-Smarty is a universal smartphone lens and mount for your iPhone, Samsung, or other mobile device that allows video footage to be captured without the propeller distortion and Jello effect usually experienced while shooting aerial videography. The Deohako PropShot Lens uses a special dual circular polarizer lens plus a neutral density filter to […]

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3G Aviation Media Presents Photography Workshop with Stallion 51 Flight Operations

Stallion 51 Flight Operations partners with 3G Aviation Media to host an aviation photography workshop featuring their unique vintage aircraft collection.   Kissimmee Gateway Airport (KISM) FL, January 24, 2014: 3G Aviation Media and Stallion 51 Flight Operations are proud to partner for an aviation photography workshop this January 24-26, 2014. With the mantra of […]

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Open House Held for Remodeled Landmark - ORF Facility

Houston, TX – November 22, 2013) An Open House was held on November 14th to showcase the remodeled Landmark Aviation Norfolk International Airport (ORF) facility. Guests in attendance included current and former Directors and Commissioners of the Norfolk Airport Authority as well as City of Norfolk Councilman Barclay Winn. “The Open House was a culmination […]

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Hornet Aircraft Heaters Available at Aircraft Spruce

The Hornet Heater line uses the most advanced, self-temperature regulating, semi-conducting material developed. These heaters are designed to safely heat your engine in environments that are considered to be dangerous locations. The Hornet Heaters are hand built, which allows the user to select the thermostat temperatures. The two-stage operation also reduces amp inrush by sequencing […]

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High in the Sky - A Closer Look at Some of the Top Brands of Single Engine Aircraft

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Cubcrafters Updates Carbon Cub Ss and Sport Cub s2 for 2014

Yakima, Washington – November 15, 2013: Light aircraft designer and manufacturer CubCrafters is announcing a range of updates for their Carbon Cub SS and Sport Cub S2 LSA aircraft for the 2014 model year. The Carbon Cub and Sport Cub models are based on the Company’s CC11 airframe, of which 291 units have been delivered […]

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Garmin announces EASA certification for all-in-one ADS-B transponders GTX 345/335 provide simple ADS-B In/Out upgrade path for thousands of aircraft/helicopters in Europe

Garmin Pilot iOS and Android Updates

Tablets are quickly being adapted within flight decks across all spectrums of aviation. Garmin Pilot has recently undergone a number of customer requested upgrades that are worthy of highlighting on both of the iOS and Android platforms. iOS During Oshkosh of this year, we introduced obstacle and terrain overlays. This feature has now been upgraded […]

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Wag-Aero Announces the Arrival of the 2013 Fall Catalog and Our NEW Website

The catalog features a Wag-Aero Sport Trainer built in 2008. The photo was taken and is owned by our loyal customer Thomas Schrader, he is located in Anchorage, Alaska. New items in this catalog include an Ameri-King Ak-451-2D ELT and AK451 Battery Pack on page 18. The FAA/PMA’d approved SlickStartTM starting booster located on page […]

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Garmin announces EASA certification for all-in-one ADS-B transponders GTX 345/335 provide simple ADS-B In/Out upgrade path for thousands of aircraft/helicopters in Europe

Garmin® Offers G5000™ eLearning Training Course

  OLATHE, Kan./November 12, 2013/Business Wire — Garmin International Inc., a unit of Garmin Ltd. (NASDAQ: GRMN), the global leader in satellite navigation, today announced interactive, web-based pilot training for the G5000 integrated flight deck. Self-paced lessons help pilots streamline their initial flight training with the G5000 and offer a convenient, online course for future training purposes.“Garmin continues […]

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Aviators Honored on Veterans Day

At museums and parades across the country, aviators and their contributions to the U.S. military were remembered over the Veterans Day weekend. The Air Museum In Palm Springs, Calif., introduced its newly renovated Vietnam-era Republic F-105D Thunderchief bomber. In Mesa, Ariz., four U.S. Navy veterans from World War II, all in their 90s, went flying […]

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Military target on helicopter

Sikorsky S-97 RAIDER Helicopter Poised to Dominate the Skies - Aurora Flight Sciences Provides the Fuselage

Manassas-based Aurora Flight Sciences delivers a world class fuselage for a revolutionary new attack helicopter Aurora Flight Sciences (AFS) has designed and developed a truly world class fuselage for the much anticipated Sikorsky S-97 Raider helicopter. This helicopter is designed to contend for the lead role in the US Army’s stable of attack and support […]

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Legend Cub Special Pricing through 2013

SULPHUR SPRINGS, TEXAS, NOVEMBER 8, 2013 - American Legend Aircraft Company announced today special pricing at $6,000.00 off its Legend Cub. Available for a limited time (through the end of 2013) new aircraft buyers can take delivery of a well-equipped Legend Cub S-LSA for $139,970. The Legend Cub is a widely recognized leader in light-sport […]

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Bell Helicopters Receives Top Ratings in Annual Aviation Industry Support Surveys

Textron, Inc. – parent company of Bell Helicopters, receives glowing reviews The aviation industry is comprised of a group of individuals who possess an almost fanatical sense of loyalty to their aircraft, their gear, and their lifestyle. That said, this group also demands a lot of their airplanes and helicopters, and the series of annual […]

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Red Bull Races 3-blade prop

Hartzell Becomes Propeller Technical Partner for Red Bull Air Races, Featuring 'the Claw'

Piqua, Ohio, Nov. 6, 2013 – Hartzell Propeller has been selected by Red Bull Air Races as the propeller technical partner for the upcoming Red Bull Air Race World Championship motor-sport series.   As the propeller partner, Hartzell will provide its three-blade structural composite propeller known as “The Claw,” carbon fiber composite spinners and lightweight […]

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landmark aviation

Landmark Aviation Expands Operations at Westchester County Airport (HPN)

Landmark Aviation Expands Operations at Westchester County Airport (HPN) (Houston, TX – November 6, 2013) Landmark Aviation expanded operations at Westchester County Airport (HPN) in White Plains, New York on Friday, November 1st through the acquisition of Panorama Flight Service. “We are excited to have a greater presence in White Plains, and look forward to […]

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Aeromobil Flying Car Goes from Road to Runway in Style

Despite the best work of thousands of inventors around the globe, and a vision of every sci-fi movie, true flying cars have never caught on for a multitude of engineering, safety and practical reasons. So it's worth noting when a Slovakian designer reveals a new take on the idea that avoids one of the great […]

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Bell Helicopters Designates Donaldson to Provide Critical Filtration Elements for New Bell 525 Relentless Helicopter

The new Bell 525 promises enhanced safety, increased payload, and better flying dynamics than predecessors Bell Helicopters is a leader in the rotor wing field, and has been in continuous operation since 1935. Founded by Lawrence Dale Bell in Buffalo, NY, Bell helicopters have evolved dramatically since the first model 47 rolled off the assembly […]

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The Future Of The Aircraft Industry: Greening Planes Will Be A Future Goal For Commercial Aircraft Companies

Commercial jetliners are responsible for nearly 12% of transportation-based global carbon dioxide pollution. This is a staggering amount that not only represents an environmental problem, but it also means that airline companies are burning a lot of jet fuel. Fuel is certainly one of the biggest costs an airline realizes, so advances in fuel economy […]

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