Aircraft Spruce Offers Sun 'n Fun Pick-up Option for Orders

  Aircraft Spruce knows that many of you will visit Lakeland, Florida for the Sun-n-Fun Fly-In and Airshow from April 5 to April 10. If...

Aircraft Spruce 2016–2017 Catalog Now Available

Aircraft Spruce will begin distributing printed copies and CD versions of their new 2016-2017 catalog at EAA AirVenture. Few people today begin a homebuilt...

Trig Avionics TN70 Makes ADS-B More Affordable

Trig Avionics produces the TT31 transponder, a 'plug and play' retrofit that's ADS-B capable and replaces old Bendix KT76A, KT76C and KT78A transponders. Trig also...

Update on Rotax 915is Aircraft Engine from AERO Friedrichshafen

    BRP-Rotax revealed the latest development progress on the Rotax 915 iS, a 4-stroke, 4-cylinder, turbocharged aircraft engine with intercooler and a redundant fuel injection...

FlyEFii System32 Engine Management System Introduced

EFII introduces its new FlyEFii System32 Engine Management System, a high-speed, fully redundant system that represents the fulfillment of a ten year wish list...

Arion Aircraft to be Distributor for Jabiru Engines, FWF Kits and...

Arion Aircraft of Shelbyville, Tennessee has been appointed as the North American importer and distributor for Jabiru Engines, FWF Kits and Jabiru Parts. Arion...

Zenith Open House and Fly-In

Zenith Aircraft Company is hosting its 27th annual Open Hangar Day & Fly-In on September 22 at its factory at Mexico Memorial Airport in...

CubCrafters Opens New Completion Center

CubCrafters is building out its house. Because a good portion of the 100 aircraft the Yakima, Washington-based manufacturer plans to build in 2019 are...

SubSonex Update: FAA NKET Checklist Posted, SubSonex Gets New Gear and...

Sonex provides updates on its SubSonex.

April 19 Garner's Fly-in Moved to Progressive Aerodyne Headquarters

For Health reasons, Russ Garner will be unable to host the 2015 annual Fly-in. The location has moved to the Progressive Aerodyne factory location...

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2014 Kit Aircraft Buyer’s Guide

The state of the kit world is sound. By Paul Dye and Mark Schrimmer

A Great Compromise

Building an airplane usually requires a long-term commitment, not entirely dissimilar to the one that is made when saying I do. Yet many builders lose sight of this when building, sometimes even forgetting that they have a spouse. The commitment to the project must be matched by the commitment to maintaining a spousal relationship, and a little forethought and planning can help both builder and spouse enjoy not only the process, but the end result.

Off to Garmin School

Learning how to install the G3X Touch system. By Katie Bosman Krotje.