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Wag-Aero Group sustains an aviation era.
Potential Sonex builders learn basic skills before writing a big check for a kit.
When it comes to WW-I aircraft, Airdrome Aeroplanes shows no favorites.
David Shirey’s Rotec-powered Celebrity is an affordable barnstormer.
Finishing the work NACA started.
A biplane designed in the 1920s inspires thoughts of aviations Golden Age, and for one pilot, its a perfect complement to his Aeronca Champ.
Upon his retirement, Jim Shy embarked on a lifelong dream of building his own airplane. But before he even decided on a design, he bought a place to keep it: his own airport.
Alan Arps, fourth owner of a Starduster SA-100 that had seen better days, treads the fine line between updating the plansbuilt design and keeping it true to its era.
Starting as a Texas Sport kit, a little Cub with the unlikely name of Scrappy grew, with a host of custom touches and multigenerational effort, into a cherished family heirloom.
The folks at Sonex have been busy with recent first flights of both their battery-powered E-Flyer and the single-place, folding-wing Onex.