Webinar- Tips For Making Great Landings in a Light-Sport Airplane
The L in LSA stands for Light. The lighter the aircraft, the more finesse it takes to land it gracefully and consistently. Paul Shuch will discuss some tips to help make the end of every flight as enjoyable as the beginning.
In Light-Sport Aircraft
Webinar- Aw Chute!
Boris Popov, founder and director of BRS Aerospace, presents a brief history of BRS ballistic parachutes, and current and future developments of aircraft parachute recovery systems.
Webinar- Introduction to Modern Gyroplane Flying
Bob Snyder from AutoGyro USA provides an introduction to gyroplanes. He will provide an overview of how their unique performance make them so much fun to fly. Looking at the history of past gyroplanes to the newest currently available.
Webinar- Equipping for ADS-B 2020 - One Pilot's Odyssey
Though the deadline for compliance with the new ADS-B rules isn't until January 1, 2020, many aircraft owners aren't waiting that long. Prof. H. Paul Shuch documents his path to achieving ADS-B 2020 compliance for his light-sport aircraft.
Ultralight flying represents one of the fastest and purest ways to experience the joys of aviation. From powered-parachutes and trikes to traditional fixed wings and even amphibians and rotorcraft, ultralights are fun, exciting, and affordable.
Webinar- What TBO Really Means: Why I Bought a New Plane
Time between overhauls (TBO), which is usually used to infer the remaining lifetime of an aircraft engine, is simply a manufacturer’s recommendation. Prof. H. Paul Shuch explains why he was forced to sell off a perfectly good aircraft at 2000 hours.
Webinar- Rotax 912: Outside the Box?
The Rotax 912 family of engines powers 80 percent of the special light-sport aircraft fleet, as well as lots of experimental light-sport, experimental amateur-built, and other light planes. Mike Busch takes you on a guided tour of the engine.