Webinar- Doing GA Single-Pilot IFR Better
Mike Busch discusses the 1981, NASA Aviation Safety Reporting System (ASRS) published report of general aviation single-pilot IFR operations . This webinar takes you on a guided tour of the study's key findings.
In Most Recent
Take a stroll down memory lane as we revisit the Vintage aircraft area at EAA AirVenture Oshkosh 2017.
A Belite Built for Two
James Wiebe, EAA 859932, introduces Belite’s first two-seat airplane, the Chipper. It promises affordable STOL and cross-country flying from a kit that’s fast and easy to build. Read more about the Chipper in the January 2017 issue of Sport Aviation.
Using Metal Shrinker
EAA Chapters Manager John Egan demonstrates the use of a metal shrinker. John also shows how he used a shrinker to bend the metal cap strips on the aluminum ribs he built for his scratchbuilt Super Cub.
The Fun Fly Zone at EAA AirVenture Oshkosh 2017
The Fun Fly Zone at EAA AirVenture Oshkosh is home to all kinds of flying machines, from autogyros and helicopters to powered parachutes, light homebuilts, and the rugged mounts of the Valdez STOL competitors.
Students of the Wing
Follow EAA Staff Writer Megan Esau’s journey to soloing a powered paraglider. In August, Megan visited High Five Paramotoring flight school in southwest Wisconsin to cover a story for EAA Sport Aviation magazine.
Webinar- Preflight Delight: Look Before you Launch
FAR 91.3 places responsibility for the safety of flight on the shoulders of the pilot in command. That means it is up to the pilot to make sure the aircraft is in a condition for safe operation. Prof. H. Paul Shuch will show you how.