Increasing gross weight, adding IFR to operating limitations, transponder requirements.
Harmon Lange has made more landing gear legs than anybody.
Tennessee to Connecticut in a Starduster SA-100.
Improving an already capable panel. By Bob Markert.
A traditional flight test technique for determining Vx and Vy.
Wheel pants and gear fairings, part 2.
Builders share their successes.
Who knew there was so much to consider when selecting a fabric for your aircraft project? Cotton or polyester? Light weight or heavy? STCs, TSOs, PMAs, FAA requirements. Poly-Fiber or Ceconite systems? Ron Alexander unravels the alphabet soup and explains how and why each fabric may be the way to go for a specific project.
The Jabiru engine is a thing of beauty to behold, and it’s one reason this builder bought this particular aircraft kit. Though the installation was relatively easy, it still required some thinking ahead; by Bob Fritz.
Math works! Kevin Horton shows you how to use GPS data to calculate true airspeed.