Take Back the Skies      

A campaign for Americans to
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Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association
With a membership base of more than 360,000, or half of all pilots in the United States, AOPA is the largest, most influential aviation association in the world. AOPA has achieved its prominent position through effective advocacy, enlightened leadership, technical competence, and hard work. Providing member services that range from representation at the federal, state, and local levels to legal services, advice, and other assistance, AOPA has built a service organization that far exceeds any other in the aviation community. 

BE-A-PILOT is a non-profit organization formed to educate the public about the benefits of general aviation and flight training. We are supported by aviation companies and organizations dedicated to revitalizing the general aviation industry and creating new student pilots. Using the Internet, cable television advertising and other media resources, we interest prospective pilots and refer them to our participating flight training providers.

Cessna Pilot Centers
There's never been a better time to learn to fly. That's because Cessna has made becoming a pilot more accessible and fun, thanks to top-quality training tools, flight schools, and airplanes. Your training program is fully integrated -- flights and ground school lessons are designed by education experts to work together for maximum retention. You'll learn more quickly -- and you'll remember material longer.

Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University
Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University is an independent, non-sectarian, non-profit, coeducational university with a history dating back to the early days of aviation. The University serves culturally diverse students pursuing careers in aviation and aerospace.

Federal Aviation Administration

General Aviation Manufacturers Association 
The General Aviation Manufacturers Association (GAMA) is a national trade association proudly representing over 50 American manufacturers of fixed-wing general aviation aircraft, engines, avionics, and component parts. In addition to building nearly all of the general aviation aircraft flying in the United States, GAMA member companies also operate fleets of aircraft, airport fixed-based operations, and pilot training and maintenance technician training facilities across the nation.

"High Flight"
The immemorial poem by John Gillespie Magee, and a biographical sketch of this pilot.

Welcome to Jeppesen, recently purchased by Boeing. We offer a complete selection of flight information and flight planning services, aviation weather services, maintenance information, pilot training systems and pilot supplies in our electronic catalog. 

King Schools
King Schools is in the business of providing aviation education and information and related products of the highest quality, sold and delivered through ethical and responsible marketing and outstanding customer service. It is the goal of King Schools to do good things for people and to succeed by seeking out and taking care of the needs of customers, fellow workers and vendors.

National Business Aviation Association
The National Business Aviation Association (NBAA), a trade association headquartered in Washington, DC, was founded in 1947 to represent and protect the interests of the business aviation community. NBAA represents over 6,100 companies that own or operate general aviation aircraft as an aid to the conduct of their business, or are involved with business aviation. NBAA Member Companies earn annual revenues in excess of $5 trillion -- a number that is about half the gross national product -- and employ more than 19 million people worldwide. The Association presents the benefits of business aviation to the general public, and represents Members' interests as the principal advocate and voice for business aviation before Congress, the Administration, state and local governments and the media.

National Weather Service

The New Piper Company
The New Piper Aircraft, Inc. became a reality in the summer of 1995 when President/CEO Charles Suma, and a nucleus of employees took over the assets of the Piper Aircraft Corporation. There were fewer than 100 employees in that first year but they embarked on an exciting assignment.

The Ninety-Nines
The Ninety-Nines organization was founded in 1929 by 99 licensed women pilots for the mutual support and advancement of aviation. We're still going strong today. Join us as we take a look at women and their role in aviation.

Interesting articles, pilot forums, pilot supplies. a collection of flight schools that participate in the Pilot Journey Flight Training partner program and much more.

Advanced flight concepts for the general aviation pilot.

The History of Traveling by Air
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