Paul Kuntz Flies First U.S. Kit-built Pipistrel Sinus to AirVenture

We take it for granted that all we have to do to get the aircraft kit of our dreams is to write a big...

Homebuilt Control Tower

There is a little building just southeast of Homebuilder’s HQ with a sign identifying it as the Homebuilt Tower. I’ve been flying in for...

If the Broom Fits

I ran across Laura Wilson Pennell, a delightful volunteer this morning. It appears that she attended the Harry Potter school of flight.

Spirit of Flight

Every year the Society of Experimental Test Pilots present the Spirit of Flight Award in recognition of outstanding work in the field of homebuilt...
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Visiting the Innovation Showcase

If you are into cool, whether atmospheric or “toys”, there is no better place to hang out than the Innovation Showcase. While most of...
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PS Engineering Shows New Audio Panel With VHF Radio

There’s still a need for two important devices in a radio stack: a VHF comm radio and an audio control panel. PS Engineering’s new...

They’re Only Slightly Off

You’d think that an organization as large as the EAA could reliably count something like conventions, so we have been slightly amused over the...

Aerolite 103 OSH Build Update

Dennis Carley and Rick Hayes set out on Monday to construct an Aerolite 103 Ultralight aircraft in one week. As it turns out, it...

The Perfect Getaway

It had all the makings of a great caper movie - two guys opening a hangar in the dark with a surreptitiously obtained key,...

Lincoln Electric TIG Workshops a Big Hit

As many airshow attendees can attest, attempts to successfully complete welding seminars or workshops often result in an irreversible coma. Well-meaning instructors droning on...