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Sarah Brown

Sarah Brown
Airline pilot, Cessna owner, first time aircraft builder and aspiring A&P, Sarah is passionate about aviation. When not flying, she can be found exploring the great outdoors with her husband near their home in Oregon.

After Decades of Airplane Ownership, a First Trip to AirVenture

Husband and wife Charles and Connie Eidschun from St Petersburg FL (KPIE) built a RANS S-21 during 2020, and flew it to Fond Du...

Fighter Jet Lookalike Kit

The Greek-born Archon SF1 prototype is on display at AirVenture this year, with expectations of having a kit available for buyers by AirVenture 2023....

I Spy With My Little Eye

From the enclosed cockpit of a powered aircraft, perhaps single-engine piston or multi engine turbine, have you ever caught a glimpse of something out...

Lycoming Assembly Workshop

It would be impressive for one to attend AirVenture and go home without a record number of steps tracked in their smart phone health...

Vintage Airplane Camping Neighbor

20-year old Jake Lammes flew to AirVenture solo from Oklahoma in his 1956 Cessna 172. He brought a cookout kit we can all rightfully...

Solo To AirVenture

This summer I turned 38, and to celebrate another year of living my best airplane nerd life, I received a book about backcountry flying...

In Case You Missed it

Attaching A High Wing

By Dan Kerr.


Builders share their successes.

Aero ’lectrics

The $10 airplane fix-it tool.

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.