Last week, just as I was girding to launch into the savage hinterlands of central Florida where Sebring is situated, I got a note from Sebastien Heintz, of Zenith Aircraft. At the Sport Aviation Expo, he wanted me to build a rudder from one of the company's new match-hole kits because he wished to make a point that might not be obvious. Continue reading "Sport Expo: Building Airplanes Is Getting Easier"
At Sun 'n Fun 2016, TruTrak showed its new Eco autopilot. KITPLANES' Paul Bertorelli had a look at it and prepaid this video report.
At Sun 'n Fun 2016, Lancair flew in both versions of its flagship Evolution, one turbine and one piston. The piston version has the Lycoming IE2 electronic engine. Kitplanes interviewed Kevin Eldredge and prepared this video report as part of our Sun 'n Fun coverage.
More information at evolutionaircraft.com.
At Sun 'n Fun 2016, Dynon continued to push into the world of non-certified avionics with its SkyView SE, a less expensive version of its popular SkyView EFIS system. Paul Bertorelli prepared this video report.
At Sun 'n Fun 2016, Just Aircraft is showing off its new Titan-powered SuperSTOL XL. Harrison Smith took Paul Bertorelli for a half-day demo flight in the new airplane, and here's his video report.
Kitplanes magazine editor-in-chief Paul Dye is a former NASA flight director, but he's also a passionate homebuilder, currently working on a Dream Tundra. At AirVenture 2015, he gave his six top reasons for joining the homebuilt community.