The March print issues of General Aviation News will focus on airshows and fly-ins, so we’re asking our readers about their favorites. Is there a show or fly-in you look forward to every year? What makes it special? Any tips for those who want to join in the fun about flying into the field or what to look forward to once at the fly-in? And don’t forget to send us your favorite fly-in photos! We’ll run some in print, as well as online. Send the photos and comments to email@example.com or reply below in the Comments.
Dale Andersen sent in this photo, explaining: “My granddaughter and I flying my Aeronca Champ. At 6 years of age, she loves to fly.” [Read more…]
If you live in the eastern half of the United States, you may have noticed that nature has turned a bit nippy lately. Even in the deep south they’ve felt the brisk embrace of winter’s furious freeze. There’s no getting around it. It’s some kind of cold out there, and frankly, I don’t care for it. [Read more…]
Our friends at The HD Pilot sent in this video of Flying Aerobatics in an Extra 330LX
Now available is “The Aircraft Wiring Guide,” a new book for the aircraft homebuilder that explains the ins and outs of wiring a modern experimental aircraft. [Read more…]
The pilot of the Cessna 170 reported that after a normal landing at the airport in Livermore, Calif., the tailwheel-equipped airplane began to drift right. He applied control inputs to counteract the drift, [Read more…]
Albert Dyer sent in this photo, noting, “It was a nice evening to be flying my 1938 Luscombe. So, why not past Chicago’s shoreline?” [Read more…]