What is AOPA magazine?

AOPA’s monthly magazine offers aviation articles on technique, aircraft, avionics, advocacy efforts, and more for veteran pilots and aviation enthusiasts alike.

What happened to AOPA?

AOPA GO will retire at end of 2020 The airport data, flight planning functionality, and weather information that pilots love about AOPA GO will be available from within the AOPA app, which will be upgraded in mid-November.

Is joining AOPA worth it?

No. It’s not worth it. The people who think AOPA is an effective lobby for GA have a vastly different definition of “effective” than I do. I dropped membership in AOPA a while back to signal my disgust with their lack of effectiveness.

What magazines do pilots read?

Flying Magazine.

  • Air Classics Magazine.
  • Kitplanes Magazine.
  • Flypast Magazine.
  • Flight Journal.
  • Combat Aircraft Journal.
  • Plane & Pilot Magazine.
  • Aviation History Magazine.
  • What drugs can Pilots take?

    Anti-Viral – The following medications are approved by the FAA on a case by case basis:

    • Famvir (Famciclovir)
    • Fludara (Fludarabine)
    • Hepsera (Adefovir Dipivoxil)
    • Rebetol, Virazole (Ribavirin)
    • Tamiflu (Oseltamivir)
    • Tenofovir (Disoproxil Fumarate)
    • Truvada (Emtricitabine / Tenofovir)
    • Valtrex (Valacyclovir)

    How many AOPA members are there?

    Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association

    Abbreviation AOPA
    Purpose Aviation advocacy
    Headquarters Frederick, Maryland, United States
    Area served Worldwide
    Membership (2012) 384,915

    Do pilots lie on their medical?

    “It is imperative that pilots not lie on their medical application or continue flying when they know they aren’t fit for flight,” said Andy Cebula, AOPA executive vice president of government affairs. “While this incident is extremely rare, it is a strong warning to all pilots.”

    What medications can you not take as a pilot?

    These medications include narcotic analgesics, stimulants, sedatives, hypnotics, amphetamines, barbiturates, anti-anxiety drugs, muscle relaxants, tranquilizers, and antipsychotics (neuroleptics). Among the drugs classified as stimulants is Ritalin, which is used to treat attention deficit disorder (ADD).

    What is the purpose of AOPA?

    AOPA exists to serve the interests of its members as aircraft owners and pilots, and to promote the economy, safety, utility, and popularity of flight in general aviation aircraft.

    What is AOPA stand for?

    Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association
    The Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association, a not-for-profit organization dedicated to general aviation, was incorporated on May 15, 1939. From the start, AOPA has fought to protect the freedom to fly while keeping general aviation safe, fun, and affordable.