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When I made the decision to purchase the kit after attending a rudder workshop in November of 2015, I envisioned a three-year process at...
Paul Dye describes what's new and what's cool with the Gabriel DeVault Xenos motorglider powered by an electric motor.
A sleek Lancair IV-P was on our October 1997 cover along with the blurb promising an over-gulf trip from Florida to Mexico.
On the cover: While testing two of the latest three-blade composite props, Paul Dye photographed his RV-8 with a Hartzell Explorer and Whirl Wind WW-300 on the nose. Table of contents Three Vs. Three: A rare chance to get solid numbers on two new-generation composite props. One Piece at a Time: Les Krumel invested 22 […]
Paul Dye explains how to both drive and squeeze flush rivets and offers handy tips to getting good, repeatable results.
Fans of our three-part series Around the World and Over Both Poles about Michel Gordillo's polar rounding flight in his Van's RV-8 will be...
Before you can start driving countersunk rivets, you need to know how to dimple or countersink aluminum.
Chris Heintz was a life-long advocate for the advancement and promotion of recreational flying.
On our April 1998 cover was the sleek, motorglider-esque Europa. Actually, not just one but three of them, celebrating the latest Europa XS model,...
On the cover: Too much fun! Joe Norris enjoys a flight in Sonex Aircraft’s turbocharged Waiex-B prototype. Photographed near Oshkosh, Wisconsin, by Mariano Rosales. Table of contents Buying Used—Sonex and Waiex: What you need to know when shopping for these Sonex Aircraft models. Return to Flight: A GlaStar’s Titan IO-340’s tale of tweaks and temptations. […]