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There are many definitions of first flight, and each is memorable in its own way.
Paul Dye extols the sheer joy and mystery of flying in clouds.
Venture out of your comfort zone every so often, because stretching can be fun.
Sometimes those little modifications can add up to big consequences.
Modern avionics, knowledge of the weather, a sturdy airframe and a cell phone make cross-country trips less of a gamble.
Shocked by the price of servos, Paul Dye decided to fabricate an aileron trim for his RV using compact linear actuators intended for use in radio-controlled models and robotics.
Paul Dye argues that there is more between man and machine than just the hardware.
Embracing new ideas in avionics and other areas of aviation will allow us to enjoy the benefits and move the industry forward.
Paul Dye discusses the ins and outs of landing at night on a narrow, obscured by trees private runway.
Why do seemingly simple modifications wind up taking so much time to complete?