The words "test pilot" conjure images of steely-eyed derring-do, but the reality is often a world away from all that.
First liftoff of the Dream Tundra flown (Photo: Georgia Kinninger) When the Homebuilding movement began in earnest (I'm not talking about all the flying...
It’s The Great Pumpkin Drop Charlie Brown!
Which way do you lean? Techniques for improving performance by using the mixture control.
Dynons DX15 handheld transceiver marks the company's introduction to a crowded product category. By Paul Bertorelli
Columnist Dan Checkoway appreciates the flexibility of owning a homebuilt rather than a certified aircraft. On a recent condition inspection of his RV-7, he detected small cracks in the front spar of the horizontal stabilizer. A week later he was working on replacing it, without any intervention from the FAA.
New landing lights from AeroLEDs, a lightweight headset from MGL, the electric Waiex makes its first flight, and FatBoy offers throttle quadrants for Vans RV kit aircraft. Edited by Mary Bernard.
Editor-in-Chief Marc Cook discusses the magazines new approach to the Alternative Engines Buyer's Guide and the blowback from his commentary about these engines in the May issue.
Threatening weather at the annual Gathering of Eagles event in Gardner, Kansas, failed to subdue the antics of The Dawn Patrol, for better or worse.
There’s something about piloting a twin-engine, open-cockpit AirCam that gets under your skin, and it may become habit-forming. By Ed Wischmeyer.