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EagleCap's Aero Charting: New, Free, and it Does the Job
Sherwood, OR—February 11, 2019—Eagle Cap Software introduces its solution for the hobbyist flier, the pilot who enjoys the hundred-dollar hamburger but doesn't like getting too techie. Aero Charting works on an iPad® and provides a moving map with vector aeronautical charts. It also allows custom route creation and integration with AOPA's Internet Flight Planner.
Brian Leutschaft, Product Ma... Read More
EAA Releases Early Signups: Airshow Performers
EAA AVIATION CENTER, OSHKOSH, Wisconsin — Some of the world’s top air show performers have made their commitments to fly at EAA AirVenture Oshkosh 2019 – the World’s Greatest Aviation Celebration – as part of the afternoon and night air show lineups.

Those performers include aerobatic champions and longtime Oshkosh favorites for the 67th annual Experimental Aircraft Association fly-in... Read More
Sensenich: No MatterWhat You Fly
Sensenich manufactures a complete line of aviation propellers. These include fixed pitch wood propellers for antique, light sport and experimental aircraft. Aluminum propellers for general aviation aircraft such as Cessna and Piper along with experimental aircraft such as Van’s RV and Glassairs.

Composite ground adjustable propellers for light sport aircraft using Rotax, Jabiru, Cont... Read More
Zenair Workshop February 21-22, 2019
A hands-on introductory workshop on building an all-metal Zenith Aircraft kit plane.

If you've always dreamed of building your own airplane, or simply want to learn more about all-metal aircraft construction, Zenith Aircraft Company is providing you with the opportunity to learn all about building a Zenith kitplane at one of its factory workshops, where you can actually start building... Read More
Two Daher TBM very fast turboprop aircraft make milestone flights over the South Pole
Tarbes, France, January 23, 2019 – Daher salutes the exceptional flights performed this month by owner-pilots on two TBM aircraft that traversed Antarctica and overflew the magnetic South Pole.

These achievements marked the first legs in earning the Polar Diamond Circumnavigator Diploma, recognized by the Fédération Aéronautique Internationale (the world’s governing body for aeronauti... Read More
Red Bull champ Kirby Chambliss flies MGL XTreme
The XTreme EFIS is an affordable mini EFIS. It can be configured as a PFD (with AHRS sensors added), and/or an engine monitor (with RDAC added). It includes a GPS receiver that is used to provide ground speed and range information, a basic CDI navigator, and as a backup/control for the AHRS. If you do not select the SP-7 attitude sensor, you can still have a GPS-derived bank angle display!
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BERINGER Aero Alaskan Bush Gear awarded PMA for PA-18

BERINGER AERO’s US home base just received its FAA PMA, allowing it to sell its freshly FAA approved Alaskan Landing Gear, as well as complete 6" Wheel/ brake system for Piper PA-18 SuperCub are finally FAA STC approved and available from BERINGER AERO USA and Airframes Alaska, exclusive dealer of the certified range of products for Super Cub in Al... Read More
AeroInnovate in Cleveland November 8
AeroInnovate and Ohio Aerospace Institute (OAI) are hosting a symposium and networking event for innovative startups at OAI’s Cleveland headquarters on Thursday, November 8, from 9 am to noon EDT
AeroInnovate is the leading accelerator for early-stage companies in the aviation, aerospace, and drone industries. The AeroInnovate Cleveland Roadshow is an outreach event to entrepreneurs in North... Read More
Flying Musicians Seeks Student Musicians for Scholarship Programs
September 23, 2018, Fort Worth, TX: The Flying Musicians Association (FMA) has opened the floor for nominations to passionate student musicians for the 2019 FMA Solo program. FMA recognizes the correlation between hard work and skill required by both learning to fly and learning music. The path is unmistakable: practice, precision, working with others, multitasking, and ultimately performance...... Read More
Mt. Vernon Expo Going Indoors if it Rains
The Midwest LSA Expo, held at the Mt. Vernon airport (KMVN) in central Illinois, faced a weather problem this year, as Tropical Storm Gordon's remains blocked a lot of people out, scared a few more coming in, and dampened a few who attended.

BUT the Expo, one of the best for this size and class of airplane, has arranged hangar space for Exhibitors and attendees, and things are lookin... Read More

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