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.
Webinar- Good Things to Know About ADS-B Installation
Dick Socash recently installed an ADS-B system in his experimental RV-7A. When buying an ADS-B system and installing it yourself, there is a feeling of being technically abandoned. Dick will share his experiences to help ease your concerns.
Webinar- Buying, Selling, Importing, and Exporting Homebuilt Aircraft and Projects
Tim Hoversten, EAA technical aviation specialist, will provide advice, share tips, and review the paperwork and rules for buying, selling, importing, and exporting experimental amateur-built aircraft and projects, including from Canada.
Webinar- Errors of Distraction
Mechanics need a distraction-free workplace when performing safety-critical maintenance tasks. Unfortunately, many GA maintenance shops are distraction-rich environments. Mike Busch A&P/IA talks about measures aircraft owners and pilots should take.
Webinar- Controllability as Affected by Weight and Balance
Gordon Penner, master CFI-Aerobatics, presents a practical description of how critical flying within weight and center of gravity (CG) range is to controllability of the airplane. Including examples of how an out of CG can impact airplane control.
Webinar- Powerplant Resurrection
Mike Busch, A&P/IA, offers specific advice how to revive an inactive engine that minimizes the likelihood of collateral damage from the usual dry start scenario. Including, how to operate it and assess its condition immediately afterward.
Canadian Chapter Leaders Update
Canadian Council Chairman Jeff Seaborn and EAA Manager of Partnership Development Kyle Ludwick updated Canadian Chapter leaders on Canadian-centric EAA programming, Chapter best practices, AirVenture Oshkosh 2019, general EAA updates, and more.