Fatal general aviation accidents often result from inappropriate responses to unexpected events.
A new training resource is available online to help pilots more safely and efficiently practice Instrument Approach procedures at Stanfield and Casa Grande Municipal Airport.
Commercial jet and flight-training airspace in the Southeast Valley remains congested.
A reminder that CAE Oxford Academy uses arrival and departure routes for FFZ.
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This is no April Fools Day joke: On April 1, student pilots no longer will get their certificates from their Aviation Medical Examiner.
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