En Route: JSSI Founder Launches Engine Program for Piston Aircraft

 In the jet aircraft world, owners typically rely on engine service programs to manage the risk of costly unplanned expenses. Yet owners of piston aircraft had no similar protection available. A new company has launched an engine maintenance program focused specifically on the piston market. Called PistonPower, the new program covers both scheduled and unscheduled Read More

Garmin G1000 NXi

Garmin G1000 NXi

For King Air owners considering a flight deck upgrade, the G1000 NXi delivers on all accounts. Early last year, Garmin announced the heir to the G1000, which is the long-running king of the integrated flight decks in general aviation. While at first glance the changes may appear subtle, the G1000 NXi boasts powerful performance, new Read More


Veterans Airlift Command I devour Twin & Turbine each month and thank you for the fine publication. I’m also an active member of MMOPA and fly a P46T (jetPROP). Reading about your Angle Flight missions reminded me of many of my Veterans Airlift Command missions. In case you are not aware, VAC provides free air Read More

Editors Briefing: A Reckoning With Risk

Last week, my husband and I took our annual flying getaway to the Out Islands of the Bahamas. The trip one-way is approximately 1,400 nm between our home airport in Kansas City, ending at an island 350 nm southeast from the coast of Florida. It’s a route we know pretty well. For the return trip Read More

En Route

  New Film Details First  U.S. Naval Aviators in WWI Filmmakers Darroch Greer and Ron King have created an engaging film that combines history, aviation and inspiration. The Millionaire’s Unit tells the unsung story of a group of Yale college students who took the initiative to learn to fly in preparation for America’s entry into Read More