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Legend AeroServe Cheyenne WY
15 Sep

Legend AeroServe Cheyenne, WY

Greg Elson of Centennial Custom Decks Enjoys Breakfast at Cattilac Bar & Grill in Cheynne, WY Cheyenne, WY is one of our favorite little get-a-ways. For those who do not know, AAERO is based out of Centennial Airport (KAPA) and we try to, as much as we can, take a venture outside our bubble. This morning, we took our friend Greg Elson (owner of Centennial Custom Decks) who is a die-hard aviation fan for a small, cross country flight to Cheyenne...

Jim Good Casper WY
13 Sep

A ‘Good’ Tribute: Jim Good – Casper, WY

If you want to know where the inspiration came for AAERO, look no other than Jim Good of Casper, WY. Jim Good is the grandfather of me, the Founder & CEO of AAERO Aviation. At the ripe age of 5-ish, I was introduced to aviation and since then, it’s only amplified. I’d like to take this time for you to get to know who Jim Good was, and his contributions to the aviation industry. Jim Good named to Wyoming Aviation Hall...

Fly In
13 Sep

ATS (Air Training Support) Pickup a Beechcraft King Air 200 Simulator

Just yesterday AAERO Aviation had the opportunity to tour the Air Training Support (A.T.C) facilities near Centennial Airport (KAPA). It all started in 1993 when Air Training Support created a training support center designed to meet the growing demand for quality airline pilots. The team consists of highly qualified instructors all of whom are dedicated to offering the best training experience around. The team ensures all licensing, and experience and are continually evaluated to maintain the highest level of teaching...

Cessna 175B Skylark, N8125T
13 Sep

Video: Utah Plane Crash Captured on Cell Phone by Passenger

Dramatic first person cell phone video footage of a small airplane crash in Utah caused by carburetor icing. NTSB Identification: WPR13LA108 14 CFR Part 91: General Aviation Accident occurred Saturday, February 02, 2013 in Wellsville, UT Probable Cause Approval Date: 08/07/2013 Aircraft: CESSNA 175B, registration: N8125T Injuries: 5 Uninjured. The National Transportation Safety Board determines the probable cause(s) of this accident to be: A loss of engine power during cruise flight due to carburetor ice. On February 2, 2013, about 1350 mountain standard time, a Cessna 175B, N8125T, was...

28 Aug

Welcome to the all new AAERO™

At AAERO™ we believe the aviation industry has extreme potential. From both business services, to pilot social groups. We’re on a mission to strengthen the economic growth of the industry, connect more ‘like-minded’ aviation enthusiast and ultimately propel the industry forward in a meaningful way. Our Plans for AAERO™ Give Aviation Businesses an Online Facelift Launch Discounted Online Parts & Accessories Store Create the largest social network of active pilots & aviation enthusiast (Pilots Lounge) Schedule regular, meaningful fly-in events Make continuing pilot education affordable and more accessible Are you ready?...