Ultralight flying represents one of the fastest and purest ways to experience the joys of aviation. From powered-parachutes and trikes to traditional fixed wings and even amphibians and rotorcraft, ultralights are fun, exciting, and affordable.
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EAA Chapter 252 Pancake Breakfast and Young Eagles Rally
EAA Chapter 252 held a pancake breakfast and Young Eagles rally last weekend in honor of Steve Wittman's birthday, after whom the Oshkosh airport is named. They enjoyed a great turnout introducing kids to the world of aviation!
Webinar- Avoiding the Base to Final Spin Accident
Gordon Penner, master CFI-Aerobatics and FAA Gold Seal instructor, presents simple and clear explanations of the elements leading up to a base to final stall/spin accident. This webinar highlights how to recognize and stop these elements.
Webinar- When The Engine Goes Silent
What should you do when it gets quiet up front? Nine-time engine failure survivor and FAA Designated Pilot Examiner Larry Bothe will tell us what really works and what doesn’t when the engine quits.
Webinar- Airspace 101
Radek Wyrzykowski, EAA flight proficiency manager, breaks down complex airspace and discusses it in simple terms you can understand without being an expert in FAA regulations.
Webinar- So You Want to Become a Pilot?
Learning to fly is a challenging but rewarding pursuit. Joe Norris, the flight training manager for EAA, will provide an introduction to flight training that answers these questions: why fly, what to fly, what to expect during training, and more.
Webinar- Weather or Not
Making an informed go/no-go flight decision requires the pilot to collect and evaluate weather information pertinent to the flight. Prof. H. Paul Shuch will help you learn where to turn for help in deciding “weather or not” to fly.