Read more: THE TIME MACHINE
Time travel is a favorite subject of science fiction movies, and even some humorous films as well. They always show the actors, either going back in time or going forward in time, getting into some adventures, and then ending up where they started. Some people actually believe that time travel is possible. The easiest way to explain that Time Travel is not possible is: “You
Read more: Arizona Airport Focus: Nogales
Summer has finally released her grip on Arizona and the planes are starting to make noise again. The thirst for avgas increases as our planes come to life for the winter flying season. Now that things have cooled down a bit, we’ll focus on one of our southern-border airports – Nogales (KOLS). This gem of an airport has a ton of history and beauty to offer visiting pilots
Read more: Flying the Sky Harbor Transition
Flying the Sky Harbor Transition  By Andrew Vogeney  There’s no doubt flying in or near Class Bravo airspace can be intimidating for someone new to an area or not used to flying in complex airspace. The Phoenix Class Bravo is often simpler than it looks, but it does require familiarization – and I would recommend taking a safety pilot along if you’re just getting
Read more: Careers Flying for the Airlines
Careers Flying for the Airlines   By Rick Bosshardt  There is a "perfect storm" occurring in the airline industry, and for those high school students and their parents who are planning for their future in aviation, this "perfect storm" is an enormous opportunity! It is well documented that in the next 15 years, there will be 124,000 new pilots needed just in the
Read more: HopeKids Fly-in Recap
HopeKids Fly-in Recap     By Nelson Garrison     On Saturday, October 27th, Pegasus Airpark held its 3rd HopeKids breakfast fly-in event. There were 18 HopeKids Families participating and Pegasus pilots gave 25 rides to families and children with life threatening conditions. We also helped raise over $1700 for HopeKids at the event!  
Read more: Barry M. Goldwater Range Tour Recap
  By Mary James and Susan Wearly On Wednesday, October 10th, the APA hosted twenty members at the Barry M. Goldwater Bombing Range East just south of Gila Bend to a morning of A-10 bombing maneuvers and personalized fly-bys. Air Force Public Affairs Specialist, Susan Gladstein, escorted us onto the range as a party of F-16's was finishing its morning run. We were given
Read more: November 2018 Executive Director's Report
Winter is obviously approaching with its shorter days because I’m having to turn on the lights to preflight the airplane to make the early Saturday morning breakfast flights. The days are cooler and there is a lot of competition to decide which aviation event on the calendar to go to. Like a friend told me, this is why we put up with the super-hot summers. Some of the
Read more: November President’s Report
Another month has come and gone in the desert and the heat continues its gradual retreat from much of Arizona. October was wild, with a tropical depression and snow in the same month! While Arizona weather can sometimes be wild and amazing, most of the time it simply lends itself to great flying weather. Take advantage of it and get out flying. With our winter flying season
Read more: November 2018 Aviation Accident Summary
The following are NTSB reports of aviation accidents that have occurred in Arizona from September through late October. The Arizona Pilots Association will use this detailed accident information to develop safety programs and briefings that will help pilots learn from the mistakes being made by others, and hopefully they will take the action necessary to prevent similar
Read more: October 2018 Executive Director's Report
The mornings are cooler, and the days are slightly cooler, so it appears fall is finally arriving with the promise of great flying weather. At least for now, longer comfortable morning flights are possible. With the onset of the fall weather, our flying season activity is starting to pick up with the notices of upcoming aviation fly-in events. It’s unfortunate that one of the