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Roy Beisswenger

Roy Beisswenger
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Roy Beisswenger is the technical editor for Powered Sport Flying magazine (www.psfmagazine.com) and host of the Powered Sport Flying Radio Show (www.psfradio.com). He is also a Light Sport repairman and gold seal flight instructor for Light Sport Aircraft as well as the United States delegate to CIMA, the committee of the Fédération Aéronautique Internationale (FAI) pertaining to microlight activity around the world.

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Roy Beisswenger reports on The Farm, and all that was new and exciting in the ultralight area at Oshkosh AirVenture 2011.

Light Stuff

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Columnist Roy Beisswenger makes the case for the safety of light and ultralight aircraft. Don't believe it? Hell explain why.

Light Stuff

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Roy Beisswenger discusses the impact of the FAAs LODA order allowing Light Sport instructors to resume training with their Experimental aircraft.

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Roy Beisswenger reports from Beach Blast 2011, the third annual PPG beach fly-in held each May at Panama City Beach, Florida.

Light Stuff

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Roy Beisswenger takes a look at how you too can join the league of record holders in the ultralight world.

Light Stuff

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Columnist Roy Beisswenger takes a look at what’s currently available in the foot-launched and wheeled variety of canopy or soft-wing aircraft.

Light Stuff

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Roy Beisswenger takes a look at the maintenance requirements for the lighter side of aviation including ultralights and Light Sport Aircraft.

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When you purchase a new light or ultralight aircraft, you should talk to the manufacturer or distributor about the flight training services they provide. By Roy Beisswenger.

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Roy Beisswenger takes over the Light Stuff column this month, and quickly shows why hes the right man for the job.

In Case You Missed It

Soul of the Machine

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Paul Dye argues that there is more between man and machine than just the hardware.

High-Desert Tales

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My first intentional ground loop.

Capturing Air-to-Air Shots

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Marc Cook reflects on the years of on-the-job lessons he learned while formation flying and shooting air-to-air photography.

Drilling Holes for Fasteners

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Plunge into drilling accurate holes for fasteners in mating parts.