Aircraft Spruce & Specialty Co. opened a distribution warehouse in West Chicago, IL, located in a 52,000 sq. ft. warehouse situated between Du Page and Aurora airports. Continue reading "Aircraft Spruce Opens Illinois Location"
Aircraft Spruce will complete the acquisition of A.E.R.O. In Stock, a distributor of airframe and engine parts for general aviation on September 17. With AERO In Stock's large customer base, regional distribution warehouses, and new product lines, the merger will allow Aircraft Spruce to better serve its customers, says Jim Irwin, President of Aircraft Spruce and Specialty (ACS).
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Place your order over $100 online or by phone and pick up at The AirVenture Show Oshkosh in themAircraft Spruce booth. Orders for pick up must be placed by noon Monday July 16th EST and they will be brought to the show by truck at no additional cost to you. All orders must be paid by credit card at the time the order is placed, and any products not in stock can be processed as a standard backorder following the show. Continue reading "Pick up Your Aircraft Spruce Orders at Oshkosh 2018"
Aircraft Spruce will hold it annual Super Sales at three locations in 2018:
In addition to the sale, visitors at the Peachtree City event can attend EAA SportAir workshops: Van's RV Aircraft Fiberglass Techniques, and Van's RV Assembly. Continue reading "Aircraft Spruce Super Sale Dates"
All angle of attack instruments, including the LIFT MONITOR, sense the aircraft's ability to sustain lift regardless of airspeed, pitch angle, G-force acceleration, gross weight, temperature, or barometric pressure. However in addition, the Lift Monitor from Lift Management, LLC is specifically designed as an affordable tool for developing pilot skill and confidence in handling the aircraft you are flying today as opposed to the one you were trained in or recently sold. Continue reading "Lift Monitor System Available from Aircraft Spruce"
Aircraft Spruce & Specialty Co. announced that it has purchased the former home of Paul and Audrey Poberezny in Oshkosh, WI and will make the home available to the EAA for tours and special events. The original stone farmhouse is over 100 years old and was Paul and Audrey's home from 1991 until his death in 2013. Located near Wittman Field, the 9 acre estate reflects the standards and culture the Pobereznys utilized in building the world's leading sport aviation organization, EAA, and the world's premier aviation event, AirVenture. This home hosted many of aviations leaders and icons, and countless aviation artifacts and photos representing the relationships and events that shaped Paul's remarkable life are on display throughout the home, providing insight into the lifetime passion and vision of one of aviation's greatest leaders. This is where Paul built airplanes, read about aviation history, and wrote countless letters and articles. As he often said, "There isn't a day that goes by that I don't say the word airplane".
Aircraft Spruce and the Irwin family have maintained a close relationship with the Poberezny family and EAA for over 50 years and is honored to have the opportunity to partner with the EAA to make this historic home available to EAA members and aviation enthusiasts in the years ahead. Contact EAA for details on visiting the Poberezny home beginning in the summer of 2017.