Webinar- Secondhand Homebuilt
Existing experimental amateur-built aircraft could be a great option for pilots. Earl Downs discusses the rules, regulations, and downline ownership responsibilities involved in owning and operating a homebuilt aircraft that someone else produced.
TCC Webinar - The North American Trainer Association
In the Q4 TCC webinar, the North American Trainer Association’s Larry Lumpkin and Bruce Mayes cove their type club business and membership practices, safety programs and other key efficacy items making them one of the strongest clubs today.
Webinar- ADS-B: A Practical Guide for Pilots
Learn about the leading panel-mount ADS-B solutions plus the exciting developments in the portable market from Sporty’s ADS-B expert, John Zimmerman. We’ll cut through the jargon so you understand what’s important — and what’s not.
Webinar- Charting Your Course- Deciphering the VFR Sectional Chart
CFI Prof. H. Paul Shuch will walk you through the VFR sectional aeronautical charts most frequently encountered symbols, and teach you how to interpret the chart’s sometimes confusing key.
Webinar- How to Prepare for an Unknown Aerobatic Sequence
Jim Bourke from the IAC will discuss the preparation needed for a pilot to adjust their practice in order to fly a sequence that they have never flown before.
Webinar- Operating Oversquare
Many pilots of constant speed prop airplanes have been cautioned never to operate oversquare, with manifold pressure (in inches) above rpm (divided by 100), to avoid damaging the engine. This is dead wrong according to engine guru Mike Busch.
Webinar- Post-Maintenance Checklist
The first flight after maintenance is by far the most likely time for something to go wrong with the aircraft. Mike Busch A&P/IA offers advice on what you should do before and during the first flight after an annual or other major maintenance.