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Aero Charting v1.2: free download brings user-defined waypoints, graphical route creation, and flight track recorder to nav App
Sherwood, OR—June 3, 2019—Eagle Cap Software introduces Aero Charting version 1.2, packed with enhanced routing capabilities:
• User-defined waypoints enable the pilot to save their favorite locations on the map for sightseeing, turns around a point or the perfect cross-country flight.
• Drag and drop route creation and editing allows the pilot to tap on a favorite airport, navaid or u... Read More
Red Bull Air Race to Conclude in 2019
Just three Red Bull Air Races remain.
Red Bull Air Race World Championship has announced the series will not continue beyond 2019. Three races remain: Kazan, Russia on June 15-16; Lake Balaton, Hungary on July 13-14; and Chiba, Japan on September 7-8.
The statement released from Red Bull on May 29 called for an end to the global racing series that took the world by storm starting in 20... Read More
Flying Musicians Association's 2019 Solo Scholarship Winners Announced
May 11, 2019, Fort Worth, TX: The Flying Musicians Association (FMA) is proud to announce the 2019 FMA Solo scholarship recipients – Amaya Burns from Indiana, Scott Lutte from Texas, and Navya Pottumutu from Victoria, British Columbia.
Outstanding nominees from all across the United States and Canada continue to impress the selection committee. John Zapp, co-founder and President of FMA, sa... Read More
Airventure NOTAM includes many changes
Oshkosh air traffic procedures are required reading for all aviators flying to AirVenture
(May 9, 2019) — There are several important Federal Aviation Administration-approved changes in the EAA AirVenture Oshkosh 2019 Notice to Airmen (NOTAM), featuring arrival and departure procedures for the Experimental Aircraft Association’s 67th annual fly-in convention July 22-28 at Wittman Regional Ai... Read More
Bahamian Student Captain Ernea Miller Flying The Skies In Florida
Hopes of Returning To The Bahamas - Soon
PLANTATION, Florida – May 2, 2019 – Captain Ernea Miller, is a Bahamian private pilot, flying the skies in Florida and charting her own course. The twenty one year old pilot is a student at the Flight Safety Academy in Vero Beach, Florida, who took time from her busy schedule to stop at the Bahamas Ministry of Tourism’s booth during the recent Sun n F... Read More
James Ketchellis now enroute to the first everworld circumnavigationin a Gyrocopter.
Trig supports James Ketchellon his global Gyrocopter flight British serial adventurer. His flight is supported by TrigAvionics,who manufacture compact avionics equipment for the general aviation market.
James’s Magni Gyrocopter is equipped with a Trig TT22 transponder, TN72 GPS position source, and TY91 VHF compact radio. These products are certified to ICAO aviation standards and meet inte... Read More
New Schweiss container doors open up storage possibilities
Shipping and commercial containers come in many forms and sizes, but many don’t have door accessibility. Even dealing with conventional containers with a door located at the end can be a hassle. Now Schweiss Doors can make any container, whether it be for backyard storage, rail or ship transport, much more user-friendly by fitting it with one or more hydraulic doors on the sides or both ends fo...... Read More
Schweiss Doors introduces new hydraulic door wind pin
Structural design of Schweiss hydraulic doors includes the application of wind pins. Wind pins lock the door to the building structure similar to the bolt in a standard door lock and are an integral structural link between the door and the building to resist negative wind loads.
Until now, locking in wind pins was a manual operation — you had to walk back to the center of the door and man... Read More
Lancair’s new 2-seat Barracuda displayed at Florida’s Sun ‘N’ Fun 2019
Lakeland, FL – April 5, 2019: The latest aircraft innovation from Lancair is the Barracuda - a 2-seat “little brother” to the groundbreaking Mako. The first Barracuda, N380L, built by first-time Lancair builder Wade Marcantonio, is now on display at Lancair's Sun N Fun exhibit #MD-23B.
“Establishing a new standard for value, Barracuda offers high performance, operational economy and Lancair’... Read More
Honda Features Professional Selfie Booth, Celebrities, Prizes at Sun ‘n Fun
Honda Power Equipment (across from the Sunset Grill) invites you to take a “pro-look” selfie, complete with adventure backdrops and props.
Meet the AeroShell Aerobatic Team and other aviation celebrities, win prizes, and see Honda’s lineup of efficient, lightweight, quiet, and reliable generators at Sun ‘n Fun!...... Read More

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