Maybe No George Is Flying The Airplane…. Stratux, Cheap ADS-B In… Skyguard TWX Update… Pilot’s Altitude Review
by Michael J. “Mick” Kaufman In the February/March 2016 issue of Midwest Flyer Magazine, my column entitled “Which George is steering the airplane” landed me several emails and phone calls, so I will respond to some of this feedback in … Continue reading
by Jeff Rasmussen, President Aero Insurance, Inc. Are you covered by your insurance company if you fly your airplane when it is out of annual or something is broken and inoperable? Have you found that low-time, loaded dream airplane that … Continue reading
by Gregory J. Reigel © February, 2016 All rights reserved. Most aircraft owners have aircraft insurance, covering hull and liability. In some instances, state law requires the purchase of insurance. In most other cases, aircraft owners purchase the insurance to … Continue reading
(September 14, 1921 – August 22, 2013) Paul H. Poberezny founded the Experimental Aircraft Association (EAA) in 1953 and spent a significant part of his life promoting aviation and fighting for the freedom to fly. Paul was an aviator and … Continue reading
by Pete Schoeninger Q: I have been thinking of buying a Cessna 185 as an investment and just storing it for 10-15 years thinking they are out of production, and are a popular airplane in the “outback,” and therefore could … Continue reading
FAA Proposes New Rule That Could Make Aircraft & Equipment Certification More Streamlined & Cost-Effective!
by Dave Weiman We are pleased that on March 2, 2016, the FAA proposed a rulemaking directed by the Small Airplane Revitalization Act of 2013, which would replace today’s highly prescriptive design requirements with performance- and risk-based standards for aircraft … Continue reading