South Carolina’s Greenville Downtown Airport, Airwolf Aviation Services, and Greenville Jet Center have joined forces with Greenville Business Magazine to give away a flight training package.
While Sebring 2012 crowds were the best ever and plentiful aircraft made for good shopping resulting in a flurry of sales, one of the best aspects of Sebring 2012 was ideal weather. Numerous pilots experienced some of their final choices before handing over the cash. Such perfect conditions also allowed reporters to get in on the action. More detailed reports will follow but now I am pleased to offer a mini-report on the Alto 100.
The National Aircraft Resale Association (NARA) will hold its Spring membership meeting on Thursday, March 29, and Friday, March 30, in Scottsdale, Arizona. In addition to association business and networking, attendees will have the opportunity to hear three speakers, including Dick Rutan and Clay Lacy.
Adventure Pilot is now shipping its new premium GPS navigation device for general aviation pilots. The new iFly 720 builds on popular features from the iFly 700, while new features include sunlight readability, automated Wi-Fi updating and iFly Streets.
Paul Beck is an expert at stopping leaks in wing tanks
There is no shortage of unusual businesses serving the general aviation industry, but sealing wing tanks for a living must be on everyone’s short list. That’s because it’s so difficult since our tanks are sealed inside the wings and the access ports are made for Cirque du Soleil performers.