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Lisa Turner

Lisa Turner
Lisa Turner Lisa is an avionics manufacturing engineer, A&P, EAA technical counselor and flight advisor, and former FAA DAR. She holds a private pilot certificate and built a Pulsar XP, Kolb Mark III Extra, and a portion of a Rotorway Exec 162. Lisa is a member of the EAA Homebuilt Aircraft Council and Women in Aviation International. She is currently writing a book about her flying adventures.

Buying Used: The Pulsar

A popular homebuilt from the 1990s remains viable, if somewhat rare, today.

Build a POH

What to do when your kitmaker leaves it up to you.

What Shape is Your Documentation In?

How to fix it from the beginning.

Fabulous Fabric

The top six secrets to a show-quality fabric covering.

How To Sell Your Homebuilt Aircraft

Helpful tips for setting the price, finding a buyer, showing your plane, and protecting yourself from risk.

Whole Airplane Parachutes

Should you install one on your ultralight or experimental?

In Case You Missed it

Rear Cockpit

Youthful ignorant that I was, it took a few years for me to realize...

Thirty Years of KITPLANES

Helping build better flying machines and growing the community.

The New Guy

Documenting your build. By David Boeshaar.

Ask the DAR

Electric motors, major repairs, combining parts from several kits, using completed wings.