The second annual SUN ‘n FUN Holiday Festival Fly-In and Car Show was a success, with Santa and Mrs. Claus the stars of the show.
Small changes to a hangar — like new lights and a new air compressor — makes the mission of inspiring kids to learn to fly, build and repair aircraft just a little bit easier this holiday season.
Roger Currier, known as “Master of the Round” for his expertise and love of old radial aircraft engines, passed away in April 2021.
While somewhat a secret, Brewer Airport in Maine has been catering to general aviation pilots for more than 80 years.
Hit hard by its forced closure during the pandemic, the Maine Air Museum is also facing the loss of the volunteers who have taken leadership roles to keep the museum open.
After a lifelong fascination with aviation, Ted Luebbers finds a connection with a long-forgotten Pietenpol project.
Emily Lininger, a member of EAA Chapter 534’s Youth Aviation Program, has won a $10,000 scholarship for flight training. Now 17, she hopes to be a missionary pilot one day.
Seaplane-A-Palooza, held every year the weekend before the SUN ‘n FUN Aerospace Expo, began on Friday April 9, 2021, with much promise for the weekend — but Mother Nature intervened and blew it away on Saturday and Sunday with heavy winds and rain.
EAA Chapter 534’s youth program, called Squadron 534, gets a chance to shine in the spotlight thanks to a new show put together by the Florida Aviation Network.
It’s a pretty cool day at the airport when a gaggle of L-39s stop by.