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Dewey Davenport

Dewey Davenport
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Dewey started flying model planes at age 7 and has been flying full-scale aircraft for over 30 years. He currently holds an ATP license with seven different type ratings and has logged over 12,000 flight hours. Today, Dewey is a corporate pilot flying a Citation Latitude. He is also the owner of Goodfolk and O’Tymes Biplane Rides, where he operates a 1929 Travel Air 4000 and a 1930 D-25 New Standard biplane.

Ryan ST vs. Timber Tiger ST-L

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Can a modern replica actually be better than a classic original?

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Designer Spotlight: John Thorp

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John W. Thorp has had a profound influence on both homebuilding and on aviation in general. If you've flown Piper Cherokees or know of the all-flying tail, you're familiar with his design principles, and his T-18 is still a favorite worldwide.

Unusual Attitude

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RV builder Kathleen Evans makes a case for airplane building as a true partnership between spouses based on mutual interest and respect.

Light Stuff

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Roy Beisswenger takes a look at how you too can join the league of record holders in the ultralight world.

Light Stuff

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Should powered-parachute and trike pilots have the option of earning a commercial license? By Roy Beisswenger.