A host of other aircraft also flew in for the pancake breakfast.
There is no downside to this deal. It’s good for the EAA chapter. It’s good for the students. It’s good for the community as a whole.
“Inspiring young people and giving them a first look at what’s possible in aviation is only achievable if they can get in the gate."
Just when it looked like the event would be canceled, Hans-Gunter Vosseler saved the day with his turbine-powered Eurocopter.
“What this increase tells us is that enhancing safety is not simply a target number to be reached, but a continual effort to build on the positive foundation we have already established.”
Jay Rossignol submitted the following photo and note: “This is the throttle quadrant on the 1929 Experimental Aircraft Association‘s Ford Tri-Motor. I got to see this gorgeous piece of aviation history, NC8407, also know as “Little Ford,” this past weekend. You couldn’t ask for a better aviation ambassador.” Would you like to have your photo […]
The five inductees represent a spectrum of aviation within the EAA community and have achieved notable successes within their particular realm of flight.
The online resource can be used to document projects and demonstrate compliance with the FAA's 51% rule.
The additional funds will go to EAA chapters that have already had a Ray scholar.
“The path from RC modeling to full-scale aviation is a long-established and successful one."