True Blue Power’s new TEX16 lithium-ion main ship battery, which is specifically designed for experimental aircraft, will be available for purchase exclusively at the Experimental Aircraft Association’s AirVenture in Oshkosh, Wisconsin, July 20-26.
Registered participants will be able to have lunch with Baker, and sit in on a discussion as he speaks about the latest issues and challenges facing general aviation. [Read more…]
To help encourage aircraft owners to equip to meet the FAA’s 2020 ADS-B Out mandate, the Aircraft Electronics Association will randomly award five aircraft owners with $1,000 toward an ADS-B compliant upgrade during the Experimental Aircraft Association’s AirVenture in Oshkosh, Wisconsin, which takes place July 20-26. [Read more…]
Planning is underway for the 30th annual Simsbury Fly-In and Car Show, scheduled for Sept. 20 at Simsbury Airport (4B9) in Connecticut.
According to organizers, more than 750 airplanes and cars of virtually every type and vintage are expected to be on display in a country fair-like venue.
ARLINGTON, Wash. – What started as a spaghetti feed in 1969 grew to a five-day, full featured fly-in and airshow in the 2000s. Today, the Arlington Fly-In is a three-day (Thursday-Saturday) old school fly-in and airshow for those who love looking at, talking about, and dreaming of airplanes.
By PENNY RAFFERTY HAMILTON
Have you noticed recently that airports look more like prisons than a welcoming aviation community? Between security concerns and wildlife fencing, hosting community airport events is critical to bring new blood into aviation.
Pancake breakfasts, “Touch an airplane day” for pre-school children and their teachers, aviation career days, and local aviation history programs and museums are just a few examples of how airports and the aviation community can reach out.
MIAMISBURG, Ohio — Wright “B” Flyer Inc.’s one-of-a-kind airplane is traveling to the world’s biggest general aviation fly-in — by road.
The slow-flying, open-air biplane isn’t designed for cross-country flights, so Wright “B” Flyer loaded the machine into its custom semi-trailer on Saturday, July 11, for the 490-mile journey to Oshkosh, Wis., [Read more…]