Sierra Charlie Aviation Orders 50 Archer TX Trainers from Piper Aircraft

Aircraft acquisition reflects expected growth in the flight training market.
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Diamond Aircraft Completes First Flight of Its Electric-Powered eDA40

Company expects aircraft to be the first electric model to receive FAA Part 23 certification.
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Gevo, McDermott Agree to Develop Multiple SAF Production Facilities in North America

Biofuel company and engineering firm plan to begin work on a Net-Zero 1 fuel plant in South Dakota.
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Gulfstream Marks First Flight of Its Second G800 Test Aircraft

Gulfstream began flying its second G800 test aircraft as it continues the certification program for the new model.
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Cessna Shows Off New Interiors for High-Wing Singles at Oshkosh

Skyhawk on display at AirVenture includes upgraded seats, interior trim, and instrument panel.
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ZeroAvia Completes First Round of Flight Tests with Hydrogen-Electric Aircraft

Developer of sustainable propulsion systems is looking forward to longer cross-country flights.
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Light Sport Category Could Expand Under Proposed FAA Rule Changes

One owner considers how the agency may allow heavier and faster aircraft into the popular classification.
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IADA Reports Shift in Business Aircraft Market in Buyers’ Favor

Aircraft dealer group sees inventories growing in used market, giving shoppers more choices.
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Active Aviation Communities Make Owning ‘Orphan’ Aircraft Easier

The right group of owners, technicians, and suppliers can be a good substitute for traditional factory support.
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Purdue Global, Pilotsmith Form Flight Training Partnership

New program is designed to address long-term growth in demand for pilots.
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