A study commissioned by the Israeli Air Force has shown that using a new app from GlassesOff resulted in “significant improvements in critical visual functions” of pilots in need of reading glasses. [Read more…]
DALLAS – The Commemorative Air Force Air Power History Tour, featuring the Boeing B-29 Superfortress FIFI, will visit airports in Arizona, California, Nevada and Texas starting Feb. 18 and ending April 3. FIFI will be accompanied by a variety of other vintage military aircraft at each stop. Air Power aircraft will be on display and selling rides. [Read more…]
The aircraft is the first Bearhawk LSA to be completed from a Quick Build kit. It will be on static display at the show and demonstration flights will be available. [Read more…]
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Power Flow Systems, which has installed its patented tuned exhaust systems on an estimated 4,500 general aviation aircraft worldwide, is now working with type clubs and owners groups to develop tuned exhaust systems for additional aircraft.
According to company officials, it typically costs about $100,000 to develop and certify a new tuned exhaust system for a particular aircraft. [Read more…]
A while back Christopher Ward attended a Zenith Aircraft workshop, where he built a rudder. He then purchased a CH 750 Cruzer kit. He also talked the factory into hosting a workshop that would focus on building the horizontal stabilizer and elevator sections of his kit.
In a salute to the One Week Wonder (where a complete Zenith Kit was assembled in just seven days at AirVenture 2014) he brought some members of EAA Chapter 429 in Jefferson City, Mo., to help with the construction.
The Helicopter Association International (HAI) has revealed the winners of its Salute to Excellence Awards in nine categories. They include, among others, two helicopter search-and-rescue (SAR) teams, a firefighting pilot who refused to give up on a crew on the ground, and a flight instructor with perhaps more time in one of the world’s most popular training helicopters than anyone else in the world.