Orville and Wilbur practiced ADM before, briefly during, and after their historic first flight on 17 December 1903. Nearly 120 years later pilots are still using ADM to determine the best course of action.
Luke Air Force Base has strongly supported the mission of the flight training community. On June 7th, General Todd Canterbury of Luke Air Force Base released updated policy on the use of the Aux-1 ILS. Please see this post for more information.
New version posted on January 10th, 2019. Download your GPS overlay of the practice areas today and start using it in Foreflight and Garmin Pilot!
New procedures to help pilots more safely and efficiently practice Instrument approaches at Stanfield and Casa Grande Municipal Airport have been released by the AFTW.
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Here are the meeting minutes from our March 11th meeting at the Scottsdale FSDO. March 11, 2020 - AFTW meeting minutes.
AFTW Jan. 8 Meeting: Upgraded Foreflight Overlays, Airport Updates and LPV Approach Testing Proposal On the Way
Jan. 8’s AFTW meeting kicked off 2020 in high gear.
Air Traffic Control Services might be moving from Albuqerque to Phoenix TRACON to control the airspace between PHX and TUS. In the Prescott area, reports of near collissions have decreased since TRACON took over the Northern Arizona airspace. The AFTW will be seeking...
Davis-Monthan Air Force Base is trying to raise pilot awareness of their operations and Mid-Air Collision Avoidance (MACA) in southern Arizona. Davis-Monthan's 355th Wing is flying high-speed, aerobatic fighter training missions with multiple aircraft in all areas...
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