Webinar- Preparing for an IFR Winter Cross-Country
Gary Baker will discuss preflight planning for a winter IFR cross-country flight across the Great Lakes region. He will discuss in-flight decision-making while attempting to stay clear of icing in an aircraft not equipped for icing conditions.
Webinar- Flying Clubs - Growing Participation in Aviation
EAA has recently launched an initiative to support the formation of flying clubs by the members of EAA’s chapter network. David Leiting and Patti Arthur will share tips for forming a separate nonprofit flying club at your local airport!
Webinar- Turbocharging Systems
The job of a turbocharging system is to fool the engine into thinking it's at sea level even when you're flying at flight level 180. Mike Busch explains how turbo-systems work and explores their pros and cons.
Webinar- Flying with EAA Virtual Flight Academy
Combining the power of games, artificial intelligence, and data analytics, we’ve developed a new virtual flight instructor. Brandon Seltz introduces you to EAA’s member benefit and explains how to use the EAA Virtual Flight Academy.
Webinar- Pass Your Checkride 2018
Larry Bothe will help you prepare for and pass your checkride. Take control of the process and learn how to get ready and keep the examiner happy. He will review common mistakes in both the oral and flying portions and how to avoid them.
Webinar- Flying Start: A New Outreach Program for EAA Chapters
EAA has relaunched the Flying Start program to help chapters engage adults from their local community who are interested in aviation. Kyle Voltz discusses this program used to recruit new members and engage your local community in general aviation.
Webinar- VFR Navigation: Three Keys to the Kingdom
CFI Prof. H. Paul Shuch will lead you through the steps of planning and executing a cross-country flight employing three primary navigation methods: pilotage, dead reckoning, and navaids.
Webinar- Inside the Crankcase
The crankcase of your aircraft engine contains the crankshaft, camshaft, connecting rods, bearings, gears, and other components that are collectively known as the "bottom end". Mike Busch takes you for a guided picture tour of these components.
Webinar- Your First Aerobatic Plane
Jim Bourke from the International Aerobatic Club will discuss considerations in choosing the right aerobatic plane for you to step into that won't be too limiting or boring too quickly, but also not too overwhelming to start in.
Webinar- Plan, Fly, Log with iFlightPlanner
Electronic flight bag (EFB), iFlightPlanner's, co-founder, Andy Matthews, reviews the usage, intuitive flight planning features and two-way sync capabilities of iFlightPlanner.com and iFlightPlanner for iPad.
Webinar- 164 Years of Glider Homebuilding and Future Glider Amateur Building
Murry Rozansky from the Experimental Soaring Association discusses the dedicated glider homebuilders who made and flew their experimental craft in the 19th century, which lead to the Wright brothers’ powered flight success in 1903.
Webinar- What's Changed, What Hasn't
Mike Busch, A&P mechanic with inspection authorization, looks back over the more than 50 years that he's owned piston GA airplanes and explores what has changed in piston powerplant technology over that time and what hasn't changed.
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