Imagine, if you can, an eight-place corporate jet kit plane. Imagine that it cruises at 400 mph, at nearly 30,000 feet, and will carry you 1,224 statute miles on its 480 gallons of Jet-A.
The Epic LT turboprop is a phenomenon.
If luxury cars can have set-and-forget climate control, why not far more expensive airplanes?
It has been roughly a year since Col. Robert Morgan, the man who flew the B-17 “Memphis Belle” on 25 missions over Europe, died from complications after a fall.
It’s a four-place, 320 knots (cruise), glass cockpit jet and you’ll pay only $611,628 for it.
If you have been following this series about the creation of a Sam Lyons painting, you have seen his latest work progress from its earliest sketches to a full, 24-inch x 30-inch canvas featuring a Spitfire flown by Bob Hoover during World War II.
“Glacier Girl,” the famous P-38E salvaged from beneath Greenland’s ice cap and restored to perfection, arrived at Sun ‘n Fun early on opening day of the fly-in in Lakeland, Fla. Despite the hour, she was surrounded immediately by admirers.
The new Davis Education Center is ready for visitors.
Now you can fly around the world without leaving your computer, courtesy of NASA.