John Corneal's Subsonex
John Corneal, EAA 374566, really wanted to fly a jet, so he responded in true EAA fashion: He built one. Learn more about his recently completed SubSonex personal jet in the February 2018 issue of EAA Sport Aviation.
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Win a Piper J3 Cub in the 2018 EAA Sweepstakes!
Enter EAA’s 2018 Sweepstakes at www.EAA.org/sweepstakes for a chance to win the most iconic aircraft of all time - a beautifully restored Piper J3 Cub. Read more about the restoration of this beautiful airplane in the April edition of Sport Aviation.
Ultimate AirVenture - Camping
If you’re a pilot or an aviation enthusiast, camping at AirVenture is a must do. People flock from around the globe for the airplanes, but it’s the camaraderie in the campgrounds that makes AirVenture an experience unique throughout the world.
There's Always a First - Cessna 172
The two most amazing facts about the Cessna 172 Skyhawk are, first, that it is still in production after 63 years. Second, and maybe more amazing, is that the first 172 produced is still alive and well.
The Last Helicopter Out of Saigon
Bob Caron, a former U.S. Army aviator who flew for the CIA’s covert airline, Air America, spoke at the EAA Aviation Museum on March 15, 2018 as part of our Aviation Adventure Speaker Series.
The Restoration of the 2018 EAA Sweepstakes Airplane
With a zero-time Continental A65-8 engine, new Grove disc brakes, a new Sensenich wooden propeller, and Poly-Fiber covering system, this Piper Cub will look just like it did when it rolled out of the factory in 1941.
Van's RV Fiberglass Techniques EAA SportAir Workshop
Van’s RVs and similar homebuilt aircraft are largely constructed by working with sheet metal, but there’s more involved, including fiberglass work. EAA’s Van’s RV Fiberglass Techniques SportAir Workshop class is the perfect solution.