We fly—and stall—the amphibious sport light aircraft above the Port of Miami.
The light-sport aircraft innovator moves into Santa Monica for easy access to demo flights.
The Fleet Access fractional program kicks off its beta period later this year in four test cities.
By simplifying rules for new and upgraded aircraft, the FAA has given aviation manufacturers incentive to roll out fresh—and safer—designs.
Icon Aircraft’s amphibious A5 takes pilots and passengers for a joyride…
Nearly a decade in the making, the Icon A5 amphibious light-sport aircraft (starting at $189,000) is finally in service and ready to be flown—by new pilots and experienced ones alike—on weekend getaways, lake-hopping excursions, and camping trips. Icon Aircraft, which made its first delivery of an A5 in July, designed the unpressurized, two-seat plane to […]
Don’t be jealous. We took the new game-changing recreational aircraft for a spin around New York.
The amphibious aircraft only requires a sport-pilot license to fly and can be towed behind a car…