Honeywell Gears Up Customer Support for The Big Game and the Phoenix Open

Honeywell Gears Up Customer Support for The Big Game and the Phoenix Open

The extended weekend of February 1st promises to be one of the busiest corporate and general aviation fly-ins of any year for the Phoenix “Valley of the Sun” metropolitan area. Consider that nearly 600,000 people will be attending the Phoenix Open from Jan. 26th – Feb. 1st and another 100,000 fans are heading to University of Phoenix Stadium in Glendale to see the AFC and NFC champs meet on Feb. 1st for the 49th edition of “The Big Game.”

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Icon Aircraft Icon A5

An amphibious craft for amateurs The Icon A5 is nothing if not versatile. The lightweight plane can use both runways and water to take off and land, and its wings fold back for convenient storage. To fly it, one needs only a Sport Pilot license, which is cheaper and requires less training than other Federal…

The Falcon 8X Rollout

The Falcon 8X Rollout

Unveiled at Dassault’s Bordeaux-Merignac facility before an audience of customers, operators, industrial partners and representatives of certification authorities, the Falcon 8X was rolled out for the first time. Ground tests, including flight control system testing, vibration tests and fuel system testing, concluded in November. The first engine run up took place in early December and the aircraft is on track for a maiden flight in the first quarter of 2015.

20 Most Famous Airplanes and Aircraft

20 Most Famous Airplanes and Aircraft

We as pilots love airplane types. Most of us, in fact, have a favorite airplane, be it a Piper Cub or a Lockheed SR-71. There are plane types, and then there are planes. Specific planes. The history of aviation is punctuated with the arrival on the scene, sometimes very publicly and sometimes in top secret,…