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Marino learned to fly at the age of 15 and earned a glider license at 16. He later graduated as an aeronautical engineer, acquired both a PPL and CPL/IFR, and also flew as a military pilot. He studied scientific journalism and is working today as a professional aviation journalist and editor. Marino has built several Experimental aircraft and is the editor of the World Directory of Leisure Aviation catalog.

Birds of a Different Feather

Flying Legend’s Tucano replicas are a far cry from the common Experimental.

In Case You Missed it

Design Process: Planform Shape

Last month we took a look at the effects of span and aspect ratio....

Light Stuff

This month, Light Stuff columnist Dave Martin briefly reviews the history of single-seat ultralights and predicts their future as ELSAs. Assuming they are neither fat nor too fast, getting the required training may still be a stickler.

Light Stuff

What do you get when you combine the ambiance of a military fighter with the design constraints of a Light Sport Aircraft? The MySky MS-1. By Dave Martin.

Wi-Fi Enabled

The term “Wi-Fi enabled” involving aircraft conjures up images of fat cats shorting Boeing...