Thanks to Representative Todd Clodfelter, District 10 in the Tucson area, we had our third successful General Aviation Caucus meeting in Phoenix on Tuesday March, 20th at the state legislature building.
On the agenda were two presentations: the first was by Adam Hawkins from Global External Relations, and the second was by Michael Racey, representing the Arizona Airports
Blocking Display of ADS-B Information
Last month I wrote a short note about a number of pilots in the Phoenix area that have received threatening or harassing letters about being too low over a certain area. It seems that people on the ground are using FlightAware or similar software to monitor the altitudes of airplanes equipped with ADS-B. The altitude the person on
Eagle Breeding Areas
The Bald Eagle Breeding season is upon us and the Arizona Game and Fish Department has listed the areas that are closed or have limited access to them, and the nest watchers are out. The following link describes the eagle breeding areas of concern. Unfortunately, unless you are familiar with these areas and know the names of the various
Arizona Legislature Holds Second GA Caucus at State Capitol!
By Stefanie Spencer
Thanks to committed aviators like Noel Campbell and Todd Clodfelter, Arizona has joined the growing number of state legislatures that are forming successful General Aviation Caucuses this year. This week marked the second meeting of the Arizona Caucus, which was held in the
Photographs and graphics that follow depict areas of possible confusion at Tucson International Airport
(KTUS) where pilots may takeoff, land, and/or cross a surface other than that assigned, resulting in pilot
deviations and runway incursions.
The FAASafety Team (FAASTeam) is committed to improving safety through education and outreach
efforts. The FAASTeam
By Mark Spencer
URGENT!!! Representative Shuster is pushing for a vote on H.R. 2997 next week! This would only be the case if he believed that he has the votes to pass this bill.
We must encourage the GA community to reach out again, and fast!
The bottom line is that the so-called privatization of such an important part of our public
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Now that you have reached your cruise altitude, you can switch off the fasten seatbelt sign and take a moment to relax. If you are in a technologically advanced airplane, or carrying a tablet, you are probably looking at multi-colored LCDs throwing
AZ Scholarship Winner Takes Flight in the Backcountry
By Rick Bosshardt
As many of you who attended the “sold out” Arizona Pilots Association’s Annual Meeting on May 13th know, we awarded three Scholarships to deserving young pilots-to-be. From these immensely talented and motivated high school students, who are
AZ Pilots Association Gives $6,000 in Scholarships
By Andrew Vogeney
As a part of our mission to support sustained GA in Arizona, the Arizona Pilots Association awarded three scholarships during our Annual Meeting. This year we are supporting three deserving high school students with a total of $6,000 toward their aviation educations!
Each of our
Desert Wildwater Study
by Jan Schiffer
The initial "Wildwater" project was based on the idea what we needed a desert foothills landscape where we could look at how wildlife communities are shaped by seasonal water availability in a "water limited ecosystem" (aka desert). In other words, how does water shape ecosystems and communities - including perennial