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.
The second annual Splash-In at the new seaplane base at Leesburg International Airport in Florida brought in more than 40 seaplanes.
When acronyms come together, it can only be good for general aviation.
The documentary chronicles the many aircraft the 100-year-old WWII fighter pilot has flown since being “adopted” by the aviation family at KLEE: L-39 Albatros Jet, twin engine Arrowstar, Pitts S-2B, Zlin, 1942 Boeing Stearman, P-51, Mooney, and a Swearingen SX-300.
Two EAA chapters join forces to wish happy 100th birthday to a true hero.
When Hurricane Eta threatened to hit Key West, a pilot found shelter from the storm with some new friends.
EAA Chapter 534 member chip in to restore a 1964 Cessna 150D in the hopes it will teach kids how to fly.
Paul Griffin bought the 51 acres and opened the airport in 1979, just a few years after he took up flying.
The rest of his WINGS award will go towards his in-flight pilot proficiency program and aviation fuel. That means the total amount will be reinvested in general aviation.