Tag Archives: Ed Leineweber

Lone Rock, Wisconsin, USA and Milan, Italy… The First Aerolab LoCamp Kit Takes Flight

Francesco Rizzi, founder of Aerolab Manufacturing, Inc. and designer of the Sport Camp series of Experimental/Amateur-built kit aircraft, and Ed Leineweber, managing member of Golden Age Aeroworks, LLC, d/b/a Aerolab USA, distributor of Aerolab products in the United States, recently … Continue reading

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The Rotec Radial Engine – A Perfect Match For The Aerolab LoCamp

by Ed Leineweber It has been said that form follows function; that is, a machine looks the way it does as a result of what it is intended to do. Fair enough. But let’s face it – between the designer’s … Continue reading

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Navy League Holds AirVenture Aviation Celebration Maj. Roger A. Fetterly, USMC (Ret.) Receives Aviation Excellence Award

by Ed Leineweber The Madison, La Crosse, Green Bay and Glenview councils of the Navy League of the United States, along with the Hangar One Foundation, held their 5th annual All Sea Services Aviation Celebration, July 23, 2015 on the … Continue reading

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First Production Aerolab LoCamp About To Take Flight…. Appearances At 2015 Sun ‘n Fun & AirVenture Anticipated

Good things sometimes take ages to materialize, but are well worth the wait. So it is with the “Aerolab LoCamp,” now nearly 15 years in development, but poised to take off at last. For those Lovers of Old Fashioned Aircraft … Continue reading

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Honor Paul: Join The Sport Aviation Association & Support Grassroots, Affordable Flying!

by Ed Leineweber I guess I wasn’t paying attention, but somehow I missed until just recently the emergence of the Sport Aviation Association (SAA) on the grassroots aviation scene. Maybe you’ve missed it too, and don’t know that this “little … Continue reading

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Making A Difference… Doc Mosher Receives Navy League’s Aviation Excellence Award

by Ed Leineweber EAA AirVenture Oshkosh is often the venue for “firsts,” as well as a place to honor tradition and decades-long service. The 3rd Annual Aviation Celebration staged by several Midwest chapters of the U.S. Navy League captured both … Continue reading

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Midwest Flyer Magazine Contributing Editors Participate In FAAST Team Seminar

OSHKOSH, WIS. – Midwest Flyer Magazine contributing editors, Ed Leineweber and Michael Kaufman were among presenters at the FAAST Team pilot safety seminar held at the FAA Aviation Center, April 27, 2013 at Wittman Regional Airport, Oshkosh, Wis. Both Leineweber … Continue reading

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Flight Testing & Transition Training… Getting Familiar With Our “Newest” Aeronautical Treasures

by Ed Leineweber So many airplanes; so little time!”  That’s my motto. Maybe it’s just a bad case of Hyper Airplane Acquisition Disorder (HAAD). If so, I have given up on achieving a cure. I really enjoy finding, learning about, … Continue reading

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Back to the Future: New Focus for the New Year

by Ed Leineweber A New Year brings the opportunity for new beginnings. So it will be with my regular Midwest Flyer Magazine column, which will henceforth broaden its focus beyond Sport Pilot/Light Sport Aircraft to encompass all of grassroots, recreational flying. … Continue reading

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Low-Cost, High-Quality Aircraft Paint Job?

Euroair Aviation’s Stefanek Family Demonstrates Commitments To Both While Pursuing Their American Dream by Ed Leineweber We all lament the high cost of aviation, but nobody does anything about it. Right? From a gallon of avgas to a new S-LSA, … Continue reading

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