Sonex Aircraft now has available new Quick Build options for the Sonex, Waiex, and Onex aircraft models.
RANS has introduced an engine install retro kit. This new install features a sleek fiberglass or carbon fiber cowling.
Two groups of high school students recently completed the Two Weeks to Taxi program at the Glasair factory on time. The kids built two Sportsmans and watched as each one was fired up, taxied, and then flown on its maiden test flight. It was the first time any of the kids had been involved in building airplanes.
The winners of the General Aviation Manufacturers Association (GAMA) and Build A Plane Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) aviation design challenge competition began today to assemble two Glasair Sportsman aircraft at Glasair Aviation in Arlington, Washington.
TEMECULA, Calif. — Quicksilver Aeronautics has joined forces with IDENT LLC of Jacksonville, Florida, in a strategic partnership to produce a fleet of GT500 surveillance and intelligence gathering aircraft.
“When I want something for myself, I make it a project.”
That’s how Randall Fishman, a retired jeweler from New Jersey, explains his entry into the world of electric-powered flight. His journey began in the late 1970s when he was flying ultralights and working at a jewelry store.
Transitioning from flying a Cessna 152 to an RV-7 is a lot like learning to drive in the family station wagon, then getting a Porsche. You can’t help but envy the guys who get to do it. Scott Sundstrom from Friendswood, Texas, had that very experience just in time for last summer’s AirVenture. Scott, accompanied by his father Steven, made the trip to the annual show in the RV-7 they’d just finished building.
WOODINVILLE, Wash. — Seven employees at Dynon Avionics got together and talked themselves into creating a flying club. Since they work for a leader in avionics for homebuilt aircraft and LSAs, it was only natural that they wanted access to an experimental aircraft.