After years of planning and months of construction, the final touches were added to the newly updated runway at Marshfield Airport (GHG) last week, bringing it up-to-date with current Federal Aviation Agency (FAA) safety and design standards. The airport re-opened on June 6th after a three month construction closure.
This year, for the first time in its 75-year history, the Aircraft Owners & Pilots Association (AOPA) is hosting regional fly-ins at a number of airports across the nation.
We’re delighted to announce the addition of a luxurious twin-engine Cessna 414A Chancellor to our executive charter fleet - just in time for the busy summer charter season!
As temperatures drop and winter weather systems move in, the first snow is always a good reminder for aircraft owners who haven’t already done so to give some thought to winter aircraft maintenance. And today's topic: windshield heat system check. Ensuring your windshield heating system is in good working order to provide the heat needed to keep your windshield clear is an imperative for cold weather flying.
For over three decades, Diamond Aircraft has served the General Aviation market, manufacturing a wide range of personal single- and twin-engine propeller planes in response to the diverse needs of its loyal customers. Throughout those years, the hallmark of Diamond Aircraft has always been the use of cutting-edge technologies wrapped in high performance composite materials, all put together with the most advanced manufacturing techniques.
After more than a decade of planning, a groundbreaking ceremony held earlier this month and attended by MassDOT Aeronautics Division Administrator Christopher Willenborg, State Senator Robert Hedlund, Representative James Cantwell, as well as other state, local and airport officials, signaled the launch of the Marshfield Airport Safety Improvement Project. The long awaited project, which calls for much needed upgrades to meet with current Federal Aviation Agency (FAA) standards, is finally underway!
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Thanks to a new service agreement with Jeppesen, all of Piper, Inc.’s aircraft will now include flight data from the Boeing Digital Aviation subsidiary as part of the general aircraft purchase package, simplifying pilots’ access to flight information.
We are pleased to announce we have extended our existing Diamond flight training and Diamond Service Center to offer new Diamond aircraft sales!
Continuing its commitment to expanding aviation fuel options, Piper Aircraft, Inc. announced the conclusion of an exciting real-world experiment with potentially broad implications for aviators. Powered by 93 octane premium unleaded automotive gasoline, a Piper Archer single-engine aircraft successfully completed a series of rigidly structured flight tests, a meaningful first step in the direction of more eco-friendly—and lower cost—flying.