Done and dusted: the 2021 High Sierra Fly In

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October 25, 2021

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Done and dusted: the 2021 High Sierra Fly In

The hugely popular annual event started out as a humble birthday party for backcountry aviator, Kevin Quinn. This year's High Sierra Fly In played host to 2,500 people and 800 airplanes.

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 Today's News

Flying Whales reorganizes shareholders, prepares to develop activities in Quebec

A project to build cargo airships in Quebec, which was blocked by the federal government due to Chinese involvement, could be relaunched.


Sean Tucker’s GB1 GameBird field approved for Hartzell Talon Prop

Sean D. Tucker, along with Hartzell Propeller, has received FAA Field Approval for the Hartzell composite three-blade Talon performance prop on one of his certified aerobatic GB1 GameBird airplanes.


Garmin announces new pilot training opportunities

Garmin announced new training opportunities that will benefit novice and seasoned pilots alike.


IBAC supports ICAO high-level conference on Covid-19 declaration to address global aviation crisis

The International Business Aviation Council engaged with representatives from numerous states and other international aviation associations for the High-Level Conference on Covid-19 to support a harmonized restart of the air transport system.


MHI RJ and ZeroAvia to collaborate on design & development of zero emission propulsion technology for regional jets

MHI RJ Aviation Group and ZeroAvia have signed an agreement to cooperate in developing hydrogen-electric propulsion for regional jet applications.


Porter Airlines turns 15

Oct. 23, 2021 marks 15 years since Porter Airlines first introduced its "refined flying experience."


MPDAR announces revised STC for Cessna 182

MPDAR announced that the FAA supplemental type certificate SA04600NY has been revised to include the Cessna 182 models.


Spirit Airlines selects Pratt & Whitney GTF engines to power up to 150 new A320neo Family aircraft

Spirit Airlines has signed an agreement with Pratt & Whitney for PW1100G-JM engines to power its latest order of new Airbus A320neo Family aircraft.


 News From The Web

FAA still rolling out safety reforms in wake of Boeing 737 Max crashes


Plane from NY to LA makes emergency landing in Wisconsin


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Royal Canadian Air Force's 436 Squadron CC-130J Super Hercules morning departure from Whitehorse. Photo by Simon Blakesley
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