It may be a match made in heaven -- or a future oil and water mix-up -- but for the moment, the presidents of the AOPA and EAA, Craig Fuller and Tom Poberezny respectively, signed a joint memorandum of understanding.
Three Physically Challenged Pilots Receive Their Wings At Oshkosh
As visitors of EAA's AirVenture wander among the hundreds of aircraft that have flown in for the event, they often do not give any thought to those who might not have the pleasure of being able to fly. "It's easy to take flying for granted," said Michael Goulian at the Able Flight Wings Ceremony at Oshkosh this afternoon.
EAA Young Eagles Hosted At AirVenture As Guests Of
Nicholas Chabbert, President of SOCATA North America, announced
Tuesday, at EAA's Airventure Oshkosh that a unique new "FAST" ("Fly
And Share your TBM") co-ownership program is now being implemented
in the European market by DAHER-SOCATA.
Chevron Global Aviation has donated $25,000 to Corporate Angel
Network in support of the charity's efforts on behalf of cancer
patients. CAN arranges free flights to treatment for these patients
using the empty seats on business aircraft.
Engine Manufacture Works To Bring The HF120 Engine To
“We have no major announcement” said GE Honda Aero
Engine’s Bill Dwyer as he kicked off the press conference.
And, while there is no major announcement, the company is steadily
working to certify the HF120 turbine engine.