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Carver Aero Acquires LumanAir & ATS Illinois

Published In Midwest Flyer Magazine Online October/November 2021 Issue AURORA, ILL. – After more than 60 years in business, Bob and Mike Luman of LumanAir Aviation Services at Aurora Municipal Airport in Sugar Grove, Illinois, have accepted an offer from … Continue reading

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Some of the Pilots Who Flew To EAA 2021 & Their Airplanes

by Easton, The Kid Reporter Published In Midwest Flyer Magazine Online October/November 2021 Issue Hi guys and gals! Welcome to another article about EAA AirVenture Oshkosh from yours truly, “Easton, The Kid Reporter.” I met many people this year (2021), … Continue reading

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Minnesota DOT Office of Aeronautics Auction

Minnesota DOT Office of Aeronautics Auction: Avionics, airport lighting parts, etc. (listed under miscellaneous). Proceeds will come back to the State Airports Fund. Bids close on September 14. Go to: https://www.minnbid.org/Mobile/Default Select “view all” and then sort by location, St. Paul 55107.

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Wisconsin Aviation Celebrates Four Decades of Service

Published in Midwest Flyer Magazine August/September 2021 online issue WATERTOWN, WIS  – Wisconsin Aviation, a leader in the general aviation services industry, was founded on  July 22, 1981, by Owner/President/CEO Jeff Baum – four decades ago! From the beginning, Baum’s … Continue reading

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Are You A Child of the Magenta?

by Michael J. “Mick” Kaufman Copyright 2021. All rights reserved! Published online Midwest Flyer Magazine – February/March 2021 It has been said that Steve Job’s last words as he passed into his next life were, “OH WOW, OH WOW, OH … Continue reading

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No ADS-B Out? Where Can I Go? Also, Handling Distractions In The Cockpit!

by Michael J. “Mick” Kaufman Published in Midwest Flyer – June/July 2020 issue As I am writing this article, there is doom and gloom as the world seems to be shut down for the Coronavirus Pandemic. I am anxious to … Continue reading

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What To Say If Your Best Friend Bought A Dog of An Airplane

by Pete Schoeninger Published in Midwest Flyer – August/September 2019 issue The Misunderstood Master Switch Q: I rode along with a pilot friend and his avionics technician while they were doing some inflight checking of avionics. I was horrified as … Continue reading

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Realizing That Avionics Anomalies Can Occur

by Michael J. “Mick” Kaufman Published in Midwest Flyer – April/May 2019 issue As an active flight instructor, I always continue to learn, and periodically I see something I have never seen before. I have seen autopilot failures and electronic … Continue reading

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Innovation Is In Our DNA

by Mark Baker AOPA President & CEO Published in Midwest Flyer – February/March 2019 issue Powered flight is one of if not the greatest innovations in the history of humanity. For thousands of years, people looked at birds and wondered … Continue reading

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New Avionics Manager At Wisconsin Aviation

Published in Midwest Flyer – October/November 2017 issue MADISON, WIS. – Wisconsin Aviation, Inc. has named Aaron Hall the manager of their avionics department. Hall began his aviation career in June of 1993 with the United States Navy as an … Continue reading

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