Tag Archives: FAR Part 91

FAA Pilot Currency Rules & Regulations

by Harold Green, CFII I was recently asked what it takes to stay current according to the FAA. My immediate reaction was: “That’s simple.” Well, no it really isn’t. Just like most things in flying, staying  current has become more … Continue reading

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You & Your iPad In Flight

by Harold Green In recent years, the advent of “Portable Electronic Devices” (PEDs), such as the iPad, have produced a wave of such devices in the cockpits of general aviation aircraft. These devices offer not only navigational information, but also … Continue reading

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Beware & Be Aware!

by Harold Green The focus of this discussion is operations in a non-towered airport environment. Please note that the use of the term “non-towered,” rather than uncontrolled is deliberate. That’s because in effect non-towered airports are really pilot-controlled. This system … Continue reading

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Is A Corporation Or LLC Right For You And Your Aircraft?

by Gregory J. Reigel © January, 2011 All rights reserved. You have probably read the ads in several of the aviation magazines suggesting that aircraft buyers should “incorporate in Delaware,” etc. Also, quite often an aircraft buyer’s accountant or attorney … Continue reading

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