EAA’s Hints for Homebuilders video series, which has more than 245 videos, has has surpassed 2.5 million plays by aviators worldwide.
The Sky Arrow is back in production. Magnaghi Aeronautica, one of the largest Italian aerospace groups, has put the popular high-wing tandem seat LSA back into production. [Read more...]
For some aircraft it’s the (air)frame, not the name that sells it. Such is the case with the Polish-built AT-4, an airframe that was introduced to the American market a few years back as the GOBOSH (which stands for Go Big Or Stay Home) 700.
GOBOSH went out of business in 2009, but the AT-4 has returned to America, marketed by Aero AT-USA at Northampton Airport (7B2) in Northampton, Mass.
By CONNIE SUE WHITE, Flying managing editor and Sun ’n Fun Today guest writer
The scene of the Martin family relaxing Wednesday morning in the Vintage Area at Sun ’n Fun next to their just restored 1946 Fairchild, is captivating for more than one reason. A young family camping next to an antique airplane they flew nine hours from Pennsylvania to be at this year’s fly-in speaks volumes in that it is exactly what general aviation needs to see more of to survive.
Anyone who loves the purr of a Mustang engine or the whirr of an airplane propeller will find their version of heaven on earth at the 15th Annual Mustangs & Mustangs: Legends Havin’ Fun aircraft and automobile show on Saturday, March 31, [Read more...]
Gulf Coast Avionics and Pacific Coast Avionics have added the Flight Companion from Matchbox to their product offerings.
Throughout his years as a musician Ravi the Raviator ran into a lot of musicians who had hearing problems — mostly the weekend warriors who played in bars. The professional musicians knew better, which is why he worked with Sennheiser to create a hearing protection package for those part-time musicians.
Once he started flying, he was surprised at the number of pilots who had suffered hearing loss. “I encountered more deaf pilots than rock and rollers,” he said.