Are you in the market for a Light Sport Aircraft? With so many options in both the ready to fly and the build it yourself genres, there are lots to choose from.
If you learned to fly before 1965, chances are you have some stick time in a Piper Cub. For many people, even the aviation-challenged, the little yellow aircraft is synonymous with pleasure flying. Is it any wonder then that several aircraft manufacturers who are targeting the Sport Pilot/ Light Sport Aircraft market are producing aircraft that resemble the famous little yellow bird?
Recently I witnessed an exchange between father and teenage daughter. The daughter, a student in the inaugural class of Seattle’s Aviation High School, was begging her father to let her start her flight training now. She is 14.
A B-29 that crashed into Lake Mead in July 1948 was not found until 2002. Now, not a week goes by that officials at the National Resource Area of Lake Mead in Boulder City, Nev., do not get an inquiry from someone who wants to dive on the bomber.
The Light Sport Aircraft field is growing.
If your summer air show plans include shopping for a Light Sport Aircraft, picking up gadgets that enhance your aviation experience, admiring rare warbirds or basking in the glory of record setting aircraft, you’ll want to be at Wittman Regional Airport (OSH) in Oshkosh, Wis., July 25-31. This year’s EAA AirVenture promises all that, and more.
With a name like “Kodiak,” it is only fitting that Quest Aircraft Co. chose the Alaska State Aviation Trade Show and Conference in Anchorage for the first public display of its latest airplane design.
The future of reliable wireless communications may soon be — literally — up in the air.
Some of the finest vintage warbirds in the Pacific Northwest will make their public debut during the Northwest Experimental Aircraft Association Fly-In and Sport Aviation Convention in Arlington, Wash., July 6-10. The aircraft, part of the Flying Heritage Collection owned by Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen, are normally kept in hangars at the Arlington Municipal Airport (AWO).
It has been said that one man’s trash is another man’s treasure. In the case of MotoArt, one man’s piece of junk is another man’s high-end executive desk.