Archive: January 2007

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Our coverage for the 2006 Reno Air Races appeared in the January issue the next year, depicting what may well have been the apogee...

Archive: August 2014

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As our industry continues to mature and anniversaries come hurtling at us, it’s worth recalling that in our August 2014 issue the venerable Van’s...

Archive: August 1991

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Nat Puffer’s Cozy Mk IV was the cover subject of our August 1991 issue. Don Downie caught up with Nat and wife Shirley Puffer...

Archive: October 2011

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Jeff Ackland’s Radial Rocket was our cover subject 12 years ago this month. Ed Kolano’s flight review began by exploring the most obvious change...

Archive: March 1995

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Rich Trickel’s KIS Cruiser was the subject of our March 1995 cover. KITPLANES® Managing Editor Keith Beveridge not only got to sample the TR-4...

Archive: August 2012

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Our cover story for the August 2012 issue was a special one closely and personally followed by then Senior Editor Paul Dye. None other...

Archive: October 1996

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Our cover subject for the October 1996 issue was Bobby Cox’s highly modified Pitts S-1 plansbuilt that had won Grand Champion Plansbuilt at Sun...

Archive: June 2013

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Sonex’s blazing yellow Onex was on our cover this month—proclaiming “half the seats, twice the fun”—supported by a story written by longtime aviation journalist...

Archive: April 1986

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Our April 1986 cover featured the Air Shark as part of a collection of 14 “build-yourself flying boats.” A two-page buyer’s guide helped illustrate...

Archive: September 2013

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Our cover featured a SeaRey amphibian chilling out on the water. Inside, Dave Forster took us along as he flew with another SeaRey from...

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Product Review: Garmin’s New aera

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Paul Bertorelli reviews Garmin's latest offering, the aera. It's compact, powerful and versatile.

Down to Earth

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Harnessing the wisdom of the hive. By Amy Laboda.

Letters

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 Older Builder's ScenarioA GA pilot retires at age 65 and hunts for something to...

Design Process: Droops and VGs

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In general, there are two ways to increase the maximum lift of a wing....