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The Return of HAI Heli-Expo: Our Experience

It’s been two long years since the last time Helicopter Association International held their annual Heli-Expo, and we couldn’t be happier to have attended the reboot! With over 13,000 attendees, 590 exhibitors, and 72 participating countries – HAI Heli-Expo is the world’s largest vertical aviation conference and trade show.

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Thrush Aircraft crop duster on large field. Agricultural aircraft, aerial application.

Celebrating 100 Years of Aerial Application

A small but vital part of both the aviation and agricultural industries, the modern ag aviation industry, also known as aerial application, consists of small businesses and pilots that use aircraft and innovative technologies to aid farmers in producing a safe, affordable and abundant supply of food.

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Aircraft on tarmac with business people

SIFL Management in the Time of COVID

When a company makes its business aircraft available to employees for non-business use, such flights are considered taxable fringe benefits by the IRS. Aviation managers need to be able to accurately track and report the taxable amount for flights involving employee personal use of employer-provided aircraft.

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Webinar Series Recap: Mastering MELs Parts 1 & 2

MELs and MMELs, what are they, why do we need them, and how are they used? In case you missed it, our first and second webinars of 2021 were presented on February 18th and April 29th respectively, and featured ATP’s very own VP of Marketing & Engagement, Lee Brewster, alongside President of Aerodox, David Burk.

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Recognizing Charles Taylor Master Mechanic Award Winners

Charles Taylor’s contributions to aviation were not always recognized, he is known as the man aviation history almost forgot. Everyone knows of the Wright brothers, but if it had not been for Charles Taylor, that first powered aircraft would have never lifted off the ground.

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