Well THERE'S Your Problem!

Our little single seater recently developed a ned to have its right brake bled--like after every few flights. We didn't let that go on...

Efficient Glass Work

Here's a short little tip for making your composite work a little more efficient. How many times have you started a work session by mixing...

Kurt Klewin’s Van’s RV-6A

N85KC was started in 1999 and completed in 2004. It is powered by an Aerosport Power O-360 and Sensenich prop. Built a bit prior...

Scott Hendry's Nynja

I started the Nynja kit in August 2011 and it flew in June 2012. The Nynja is a quick build kit, but I'm a...

Eric Marenyi's Sonex

A Dream Realized I started to love flying the moment I flew with my father, who was a private pilot at the time. I was...

Tim Binder's Rebuilt Long EZ

I recently rebuilt this Long EZ. It took thirteen months working on it most days and nights. The fiberglass, paint, interior, avionics and some...
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Dave Armando’s Kitfox Speedster Model V

After 6 years of building my 2001 Kitfox Speedster Model V was flown.

Avemco To Insure Pilots Transitioning to GlassCockpits

Avemco Insurance Company announced that insurance coverage for pilots transitioning to glass-cockpit aircraft will be available, provided they participate in formal training in the use of the new avionics. The move comes following discussions with aircraft manufacturers, flight training organizations and vendors of training materials for the new avionics. …

GAMI Offers New Supplemental Alternator Package

The Supplenator was first envisioned by the guys at General Aviation Modifications, Inc. as a backup power source for the company's PRISM electronic ignition system, as required by the FAA for certification. In typical GAMI fashion, they used the opportunity to create a feature-laden 35-amp, 14- or 28-volt power source that mounts to the accessory pad of most 360-cubic-inch and larger piston engines. The three-part system includes the 5.8-pound, direct-drive supplemental alternator, the remote-mounted electronic…

BUILD A PLANE SEEKS AIRPLANE DONATIONS

Build A Plane (BAP), the non-profit organization that helps kids learn science, technology, engineering and mathematics by building and refurbishing airplanes, is asking the aviation world for aircraft donations. BAP, in partnership with the FAA, places donated aircraft into high schools across the country that want to add aviation into their curriculum. It has 27 projects in the U.S., plus others in India, the United Kingdom and Nigeria. As a 501(c) (3) non-profit organization, BAP…