Webinar- So, You Want to Build a Jet?
Lance Hooley discusses his Jet EZ project. Looking much like a Long EZ, his jet is different in many ways, most of which, it is powered by a jet engine. He tells the story of its design, building process and flying characteristics.
Webinar- Where Fuel Meets Air
Spark-ignition reciprocating engines require that fuel be mixed with air in the proper proportion to support efficient combustion, a process known as "fuel metering." Maintenance expert Mike Busch discusses various methods of accomplishing this.
Type Clubs and Accident Investigation Webinar
Ever wondered how your type club can help with aircraft accident investigations involving your covered aircraft type? This webinar covers ways you can assist the NTSB and FAA even if you’re not an investigation party member.
Webinar- Tips for Flying into EAA AirVenture 2018
EAA's volunteer NOTAM chairman Fred Stadler shares some hints and tips for reducing your pilot workload when flying into EAA AirVenture Oshkosh 2018. Discussion will highlight the special requirements and procedures of the FAA-issued NOTAM.
Type Transition Training Guide Briefing Webinar
Tom Turner discusses the Type Club Coalition’s new resource, the Type Transition Training Guide. This guide was created to foster new transition training guides for new type clubs or type clubs without a transition guide
Webinar- Developing a Pilot's Operating Handbook for E-AB Aircraft
A Pilot’s Operating Handbook (POH), provides a useful tool for recording and referencing specifications, performance parameters, and general information that is useful for safe flight, proper operation, and compliance with FAR 91.103.
Webinar- Planes and Cars
Mike Busch discusses why aircraft engines need to be overhauled every 2,000 hours while car engines don't? Why do planes cost so much more than cars? Are these fair comparisons, or are they apples and oranges? Tune in for an interesting discussion.