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Alternative Airports of America

Flying these days can be quite the hassle. Between expensive tickets and cramming into an overcrowded plane, there are plenty of stresses that go along with traveling by air in America. That is why we have compiled a list of alternatives to ten of America’s busiest airports, in hopes of helping you find one that […]

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Private Pilot License: Requirements, Cost & Training

Becoming a licensed private pilot can give you the opportunity to take to the skies and fly a single-engine airplane on your own. However, knowing what is required to obtain your pilot private license can be a bit challenging, especially since there are specific guidelines that you will have to follow. This guide will walk […]

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Denver Airport Conspiracy: What’s Under the Denver Airport?

Denver International Airport is America’s largest airport, and in 2012 it came in at number 15 on the list of the world’s busiest airports. It also happens to be at the center of a fascinating conspiracy theory that is now circulating around the web. Apparently, there is evidence which suggests that there is something lurking […]

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Top 5 Aviation Magazines for Small Aircraft Enthusiasts

One thing is true of almost every aircraft enthusiast out there—passion for flight and airplanes runs deep. As such, there are hundreds, if not thousands, of publications geared toward pilots, flight students and enthusiasts of all ages. In addition to being fun to read, these periodicals highlight new technologies, keep you abreast of changes in […]

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Come See AIRTUG in Action!

Did you know we make tugs for different jobs? Well, we do and we regularly show them off at a variety of trade shows across the country. The unique tugs we manufacture are in use around the world, moving everything from airplanes to trailers of all shapes and sizes. If you’d ever like to drop […]

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Should You Buy a Small Aircraft?

Every pilot inevitably must decide whether to buy an airplane or to continue renting. There are many benefits to owning your own plane, but it’s easy to get carried away. If you’re looking for a formula to determine the perfect plane, you might be disappointed because there is none. Each pilot has a unique set […]

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Top 5 Reasons to Have Your Own Small Aircraft

Surely, you have mulled over the idea of owning a small aircraft; every pilot has. If you need more reasons to tip you over the edge, we have five of them right here. Warning! After reading this article, you might feel compelled to start shopping for an airplane. 1. Save Time on Travel The world […]

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Boeing 787 Dreamliner Problems, Popularity & Success

With a rash of fires and poor publicity Boeing’s new airplane, the Boeing 787 Dreamliner has gotten off to a turbulent start. Yet despite its troubles, the new airplane has a promising future. With outstanding fuel capacity, improved passenger experience and a broad range of cutting-edge innovations, the mid-size wide-body airliner is an early hit […]

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Afraid to Fly? Tips to Overcome Fear of Flying

Disclaimer If you are purchasing our aircraft tugs and flying in your own, private planes, you obviously don’t suffer from a fear of flying. For the rest of you… If you have an unreasonable fear of flying, you are not alone. About 1 in 6 of your fellow travelers is afraid to fly. A fear […]

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Top 5 Most Luxurious Airlines in the World

In the battle to be the most opulent, the five most luxurious airlines in the world are constantly improving services and amenities to lure first-class and business-class travelers. For the most part, amenities offered to first-class and business-class guests are similar. Most luxury-oriented airlines have clued into the fact that business and first-class travelers have […]

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