World War II Pathfinder pilot and retired U.S. Air Force Lt. Col. Dave Hamilton, 96, describes his D-Day experience dropping paratroopers behind enemy lines from a Douglas C-47; plus, stick around for the week's headlines.
SiriusXM's Scott Dennstaedt is a former research meteorologist and an active flight instructor. Learn the differences between Sirius XM and Automatic Dependent Surveillance-Broadcast weather. Plus, stick around for the week's headlines.
What would you do if your aircraft propeller departed over populous Southern California? Hear how aerobatic pilot Spencer Suderman handled it and what you can learn from his experience, then stick around for the latest news.
With all the talk about urban vertical takeoff and landing vehicles you'd think they are just a few months away. The truth is that the development, certification, and infrastructure are years away. Hear from eVTOL expert Bruce Holmes and stick around for the headlines.
Hear the inside scoop on the future of the ADS-B mandate, what options aircraft owners still have, and why you may want to equip sooner rather than later with Freeflight Systems’ Pete Ring. Plus stick around for the week's headlines.
Sam Graves is a member of the U.S. House of Representatives and the Ranking Member of the House Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure. Hear Graves' thoughts on the recent Boeing crashes. Plus stick around the week's headlines.
Get tips for flying the scenic backcountry of New England from Maine pilot Lincoln Benedict and his wife Jessica Marion. Plus stick around for the week's headlines.
They say aviation is only full of old guys. But a new crop of young pilots is using video to spread a message of fun and excitement. This week we meet Savannah Raskey, a Utah Air National Guard member and a pilot with career aspirations. Plus stick around for the headlines.
Air race champion, entrepreneur, cinematographer, test pilot, aviation mentor, and R.A. 'Bob' Hoover Trophy winner Clay Lacy, who has flown more than 300 aircraft types and logged more than 50,000 flight hours, talks about his aviation career and the importance of inspiring others. Plus, get caught up on the latest aviation news.
Visit with AOPA airspace guru, multi-engine student, and former military air traffic controller Rune Duke for a chat about airspace, acronyms, the government shutdown’s effect on aviation, and more. Also, stick around for the week's headlines.
Flying around the world is a great accomplishment. Doing it at 18 years old is simply incredible. Hear the experience of earthrounder Mason Andrews and stick around for the week's headlines.
December 17 is the 115th anniversary of the world's first powered heavier-than-air flight. What better way to celebrate than with a trip to the Wright Brothers National Memorial, where we met with Ranger Amiee Ginnever. Plus stick around for the week's headlines.
Take a deep dive into 80 years of aviation history and advocacy with AOPA Editor at Large Tom Horne, as he uncovers research that led to “Freedom to Fly,” a hardcover book documenting general aviation. Plus, get up to speed on the rest of the week's aviation headlines.
Traveling to Europe for generation aviation flying rates highly on many aviators' wish lists. Hear about the trip of a lifetime from Virginia student and AOPA French Air Rally travel winner Amy Rose and stick around for the rest of the week's aviation headlines.
Find out from Operation Airdrop volunteer pilot and Cessna T210 owner Sean Malone how you can put your pilot skills to use after a hurricane or other natural disaster. Plus stick around for the rest of the week's aviation headlines.
Find out from Rachelle Spector how one organization is boosting the pilot population, especially among young women. Plus learn what’s new at NBAA and stick around for the rest of the week's aviation headlines.
Learn the inside scoop from Ameravia importers Chris Benaiges and Mike McMann on what it takes to bring the European designed Vulcanair V1.0 four-seat single to the flight training market. Plus, stick around for the week's headlines.
He's a guy who's been there and done that in aviation. Hear about Pat Brown's exciting career doing everything from writing for Rod Machado to towing gliders. Pat is currently AOPA's regional ambassador to Texas as part of the You Can Fly program. Plus, stick around for the week's headlines.
Cirrus Aircraft regional sales director Gary Black, a former test pilot for the manufacturer, talks about general aviation’s best-selling aircraft. Plus, stick around for the latest headlines.
With the pilot shortage now fully upon us hear what major flight training institutions such as Embry Riddle Aeronautical University are doing to make more and better pilots as we talk to university head Dr. P. Barry Butler. Plus stick around for the week's headlines.
Are you going through Oshkosh withdrawal? So are Ian and David. Relive the big show this week as we cover all the headlines, plus bring in AOPA's Alyssa Cobb to talk all about your sweepstakes Super Cub.
Foreflight and the iPad have revolutionized how we fly. This week hear from Foreflight co-founders Tyson Weihs and Jason Miller about how they got started, what has surprised them about their impressive run, and what's next. Plus stick around for the headlines.
Warbird pilot Larry Kelley describes what it's like flying the B-25 Panchito, plus catch up on the latest aviation news in this week's podcast.
Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University archivist Kevin Montgomery helped uncover the mystery of President John F. Kennedy's Florida floatplane training. Plus catch up on the latest aviation news.
This week we talk to Samaritan Aviation's Mark Palm, a pilot and mechanic operating in Papua New Guinea. Palm shares tales of his amazing flights, what it's like to live there with his family, and how to get started in missionary flying. Plus stick around for the headlines.