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Bose is Revolutionizing the Aviation Industry... Again! 0

This July pilots will be taking to the sky with a new, lighter, quieter headset. The Bose ProFlight Aviation Headset was designed for pilots of pressurized jet and turbine aircraft that operate in relatively low to moderate noise environments.

Bahamas Flying for Beginners 0

As a Bahamas Flying Ambassador, I often hear from pilots that are interested in flying to The Islands Of The Bahamas, but are concerned about taking their first trip. The most common concerns are related to crossing into foreign airspace, dealing with customs and overwater flight. This article explains policies and procedures in order to insure your flying adventure will be a success.

  • Neil Glazer

Aviation Survival Equipment Buyers Guide 0

It's easy to fill your plane with a plethora of survival gear -- first aid kits, food, tools, water, rescue beacons, a lift raft and life preservers -- throwing the aircraft out of weight and balance in the process. Rather than buying every possible product you can, this buyer's guide will help you pick what you need to increase your odds of surviving a crash.

178 Seconds to Live 0

This article has been floating around the internet for over 20 years. We're not sure who the original source was. This article is as relevant today, as when we first reposted it on back in 1998.

GPS & ADS-B Portable Buyers Guide 0

Is your cockpit ready for the FAA's NextGen air traffic control system? Getting real-time traffic information and current weather information used to cost thousands in equipment and subscription costs just a few years ago. Now, you just need a tablet and a small receiver for your glareshield.

Passive Aviation Headset Buyers Guide 0 sells over 100 headset models due to the varying interests of our customer base. In this blog post, we will delve into passive headset models to educate on their features.

ANR Aviation Headset Buyers Guide 0

In the market for a new headset? There are dozens on the market across a range of prices, so think about your personal budget and what you'll use the headset for to help make your selection. You might choose differently if this is your primary headset and you fly 100 hours a year, or if you just want a backup headset for friends who ride along occasionally.