The information in our Buyer's Guide is just the start. Here are some additional insights to help you make the right decision.
Converted for flight. By Patrick Panzera.
Conventional engines—purpose-built for flight.
Essential knowledge for choosing and flying Experimental rotors. By Roy Beisswenger.
Do-it-yourself oxygen systems for when the air gets thin.
Not everyone starts with a kit. By Paul Dye and Mark Schrimmer.
The state of the kit world is sound. By Paul Dye and Mark Schrimmer
The outlook for the alternative engine market for Experimental/Amateur-Built aircraft is positive, and there are new additions since last year—even more reason to join the auto-conversion club. By Patrick Panzera.
For homebuilders, power is a top-of-mind issue, and engines are among their most important decisions. From the familiar Lycomings and Continentals to the options in radials, here’s what the traditional aircraft-engine market offers.
If flying a rotorcraft is your goal, this is a great time to start exploring your options—there’s been growth in this segment, and even more expansion is on the horizon. By Roy Beisswenger.