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DeltaHawk’s jet-fueled piston engine certified

Picture of the Day: Crazy Horse and a friend

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Two pilots, two very different paths

Mike’s story is inspiring and is the type of story that should get much more attention.

DeltaHawk’s jet-fueled piston engine certified

“We began by completely reimagining what a general aviation engine should be,” said Christopher Ruud, CEO. “And the result is that we now have a certified engine that is a game-changer. It’s been a long time coming but, in engineering, simple is hard. However, this engine’s performance, simplicity, and reliability have made it worth the time and the investment, as it is truly ‘Power Reimagined.’”

NOTAM improvements get Congressional nod

Bipartisan legislation to improve the Notice to Air Mission (NOTAM) system has received near-unanimous Congressional approval.


AirVenture 2023 to highlight public benefit flying

“From flying cancer patients to treatment and air ambulance operations to water rescues and even saving threatened animals, aviation has a long, notable history of being used for the public good — often by people who volunteer their time and aircraft to make it happen,” said Rick Larsen, EAA’s vice president of communities and member programs.

Pilot loses control when his foot gets stuck on bolt in plane’s floorboard

The pilot’s loss of directional control when his foot became stuck on a protruding bolt in the airplane’s floorboard.


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