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Marc Cook

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KITPLANES Editor in Chief Marc Cook has been in aviation journalism for 30 years. He is a 4500-hour instrument-rated, multi-engine pilot with experience in nearly 150 types. He’s completed two kit aircraft, an Aero Designs Pulsar XP and a Glasair Sportsman 2+2, and currently flies a 2002 GlaStar.

17 Kits For Under $25K

Building economically can be done, but you’re going to be part of the cost savings.

EAA: New FAA Ruling Eases Burden Of Special Flight Permits

According to the Experimental Aircraft Association, the FAA has “released a policy that will make it easier for some owners of experimental aircraft to...

Bearhawk Introduces 6-Seater

Bearhawk Aircraft, best known for its two- and four-place utility homebuilts, will offer a new, larger model called the Bearhawk 5. According to the...
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Industry Check In With Sonex Aircraft

Sonex's Mark Schaible takes a few minutes to talk about what's happening with the company.

Zenith Aircraft Offers Virtual Demo Flight

With the opportunity for would-be builders of the Zenith kit aircraft scuttled by COVID-19, the company has taken the initiative to “virtualize” several of...

What’s Next for Aviation in America? (Hint: No AirVenture)

Never have I wanted a column of mine to become obsolete, inconsequential, a curious blip in time more than this one. In the 30...

Garmin Introduces Big-Screen aera 760

Garmin today introduced a larger-screen version of its aera navigator. The aera 760 boasts a 7-inch screen, which is 2 inches larger than the current aera...

Experimental Vs. Certified

As I go through our back issues for our Archive page and relive the world of homebuilding in the 1980s (and, by extension, even...
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Zenith Industry Spotlight

With no Sun ’n Fun happening this year, we took the opportunity to catch up with Zenith Aircraft’s Sebastien Heintz.

My New Toy: Rhino Label Maker

I’ve been accused of being interested in building and maintaining airplanes and motorcycles as cover for a bad case of tool want. From the...

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Aero ‘lectrics

Repairing a malfunctioning headset may be not only inexpensive, but completely doable.

Product Review: Dynons Handheld DX15

Dynons DX15 handheld transceiver marks the company's introduction to a crowded product category. By Paul Bertorelli

High-Desert Tales

My first intentional ground loop.

Contributors

Bob FritzIn recognition of Bobs major contributions to this magazine, he has been moved...