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How Does an Aircraft’s Exhaust Gases Affect the Environment?

The Air Transport Action Group (ATAG) reported that in 2014, there had been 37.4 million flights scheduled that year-- which is a little more than 100,000 flights up in the air each day.    With so many planes in flight at any given time, one might wonder, “how...

What it takes to own a small plane

Owning a private plane is probably one of the highest standards of luxury. First and foremost, only a small percentage of people own private planes. It can be generally associated with celebrities, politicians, and business tycoons. However, some hobbyists also invest on their plane. Let us bust the myth...

4 Myths About Small Airplanes (That You Shouldn’t Believe)

If you spend some time scrolling through Instagram and Facebook, you will notice almost everyone posts about traveling and seeing the world. How one does this, of course, is with the help of advances in the means of transportation. Hundreds of years ago, no one even thought that it was possible...

So You Want To Be an Aviator? (What To Expect When You Start With Your Flying Lessons)

“Once you have tasted flight, you will forever walk the earth with your eyes turned skyward, for there you have been, and there you will always long to return.” -- Leonardo da Vinci
So you finally thought about earning your wings—good for you! Learning to fly is a very fulfilling endeavor, whether...

Helio Aircraft are About to Make a Comeback

Helio airplanes have an excellent track record of reliability and performance, having seen action in some of the harshest environments all around the world. Helios are widely known for their short takeoff and landing (STOL) capabilities, which means they don't need much in the way of runway for taking off and...

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