Getting air and fuel into the engine.
Inactive homebuilts from the 1970s, confusion about changing from SLSA to ELSA.
Once he decided on a kit, builder Bob Fritz went full-speed ahead on the project and has made remarkable progress in a short time. He’s nearly ready to start making airplane noises.
DAR Mel Asberry continues his discussion of aircraft operating limitations by looking at why we do what we do during those important Phase I tests.
Take a deep breath–it can be fixed.
Crashes while maneuvering at low altitude have a high mortality rate.
Converting an ultralight to ELSA, kit without a bill of sale, engine missing its data plate.
Could a plane as large, expensive and complicated as the Lancair Evolution be completed by an experienced homebuilder? We have the answer to that intriguing question.
KR-2 as LSA, overweight ultralights, pre-cover inspections.
Registration and the Repairman’s Certificate.