Aircraft Spruce & Specialty Co. now offers a line of aviation refueling pumps and meters manufactured by Great Plains Industries, Inc. There are four pumps to choose from based on required fuel flow and voltage, and the pumps are for use with avgas 100LL or JetA.
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Aircraft Spruce & Specialty East will host its annual Super Sale and Fly-In on Saturday, May 5, from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. The distribution center is located at 452 Dividend Drive in Peachtree City, beside Falcon Field (FFC).
Aircraft Spruce & Specialty Co. has introduced a new line of 100% biodegradable cleaning products for general aviation aircraft.
Aircraft Spruce now carries the new ion Flashlight Firestarter.
Now at Aircraft Spruce is a new book, “The FAR/AIM In Plain English,” which omits everything that you don’t need to know for your sport or private pilot certificate.
Aircraft Spruce & Specialty Co., a leading distributor of homebuilt and certified aircraft parts and materials since 1965, now also distributes many products for Light-Sport Aircraft.
Aircraft Spruce is now stocking a rain repellent, Rain B Gon, which will improve your wet weather flying, riding or driving visibility, whether in rain, sleet or snow, according to company officials.
Aircraft Spruce has introduced FlashPass, a new software program that will make filing your eAPIS manifests for international flights a breeze.
FlashPass allows you to streamline and meet eAPIS and Custom and Border Protection requirements in a fast and simple way, according to Aircraft Spruce officials. It will keep a detailed database of your crew, aircraft, manifests and passengers in an interface designed for quick data entry.
A free 15-day trial period is available, after which FlashPass is available for $125.
For more information: 877-4SPRUCE or www.aircraftspruce.com.
Aircraft Spruce & Specialty began distributing printed copies and CD versions of its new 2009-2010 catalog at EAA’s AirVenture 2009, which opened today.