What really happens when you place an order at Aircraft Spruce & Specialty? By Tom Wilson
Too many accidents start with a stoppage.
Riveting the assembly, part 3.
How to test-fly an airplane and decide if it’s right for you.
Readers want to know when you can use your homebuilt for paid instruction and how to convert a certified aircraft into an Experimental.
An RV builder begins our journey through the gritty details of working with metal.
Bob Fritz finds that in the midst of making progress, the build process has its own value. Here, he walks through the process of designing and installing an on-board fire extinguisher system for his Jabiru J250, and offers a few tips for locating holes and installing the wings.
When his Zenith CH 701 wouldn't stay put during runup and tended to roll on an incline, builder Chuck Deiterich came up with a do-it-yourself solution.
Choosing a prop for your homebuilt is always a compromise that involves consideration of cost, performance, how you'll fly and more. Still, sometimes the simplest solution is the best one.
Understanding Paul H. Poberezny means understanding the history of homebuilt aircraft in the USA. By Amy Laboda.