Most homebuilders—and just I’m spit-balling here—have waited a long time to justify the cost of building an airplane.
Crashes while maneuvering at low altitude have a high mortality rate.
(Antennas, Chapter 3)
You look down at the instruments, and instantly energy drains down your body as if bomb bay doors on the soles of your feet had opened and the concrete floor were a sponge.
Creating a bespoke airplane is one benefit of building from plans; when assembling a kit, builders cannot make many changes.
The dark interior of a hangar comes into focus as an announcer says, “Building Time Theater presents, ‘The Usual Suspect, Part Two: The Missing Power.’” It’s a bright, warm morning. The first in months for a landscape that has finally kicked off a grey blanket of snow. Two men become silhouettes against the morning’s diffused […]
The term “Wi-Fi enabled” involving aircraft conjures up images of fat cats shorting Boeing stock at FL450 in their Gulfstreams or frustrated airline pax trying to stream Stranger Things at dial-up speeds. For better or worse, that type of Wi-Fi access hasn’t reached down to the average E/A-B aircraft yet. However, there is new Wi-Fi […]
Pilot decision-making is a greater factor in fatal accidents.
Leave your cutting tools in the drawer. These drop-in electronic instruments eliminate complicated installations and have an impressive feature set.
What to do when you haven’t been doing anything.