The appeal of canard-type designs hasn't faded, and the design was heralded as inherently safer because of its resistance to stalling. Ron Wanttaja reveals the veracity of that claim given the accident numbers.
Amateurs and Experimental aircraft. By Sid Mayeux.
This month we reflect on the changes we've seen over a quarter century of covering the homebuilt aircraft world; by Cindy Pedersen.
Dean Sigler reports on new electrically powered European amphibians.
For the last 20 plus years any person who’s thought of building their own airplane has had to get past one big question: “Why...
Selling a homebuilt. By Jerry Eichenberger.
Dick Starks recounts the tall tales and travails that The Dawn Patrol encountered at this years Salute to Veterans Airshow.
Tremendous progress has been made in the Automatic Speech Recognition realm (think iPhone’s Siri), and this technology may be a boon to solo pilots sooner than you think. By James P. Hauser.
Built in to any aircraft construction project is time for head scratching and trying to recall why you just walked from one end of the shop to the other. These are some of the most valuable moments.
Air. Fuel. Spark. Right?