Webinar- Second Annual GA Engine Summit
Mike Busch participated in the second annual general aviation engine summit, during which aircraft owner groups, engine manufacturers, and other industry representatives met with the FAA to discuss issues involving piston aircraft engines.
Webinar- Liticaphobia (fear of being sued)
The litigious nature of aviation has created a siege mentality on the part of many aircraft mechanics. Mike Busch discusses the effect this has on aviation maintenance, and explores the question of whether the actual risk matches the perception.
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.
Webinar- Who’s on First: Right Insurance and Best Price
“Who’s on First?” the comedy sketch made famous by Abbott & Costello, has much in common with today’s insurance marketplace. This webinar explores the roles of aircraft owner, insurance company, and insurance broker in sourcing aviation insurance.
Webinar- Amateur-Built Condition Inspections
Vic Syracuse will help educate builders and non-builders on the nuances of performing a condition inspection on an amateur-built airplane. Including many pictures showing where to look for typical wear items.
Webinar- The Experimental Experience - Building, Flying and Maintaining
Whether you are already flying, currently building, seriously considering, or just curious about building an experimental airplane, RV-7A builder Dick Socash discusses his experiences answers many of the questions that come up.
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.