"We continue to seek every avenue possible to find relief from or alternative ways to comply with regulations, and this new policy is a prime example of that. It is a small adjustment, but it will help."
Hypoxia, aerobatics and ATC are also included in the free webinar series.
“There is no way to describe the disappointment I feel for everyone who sees AirVenture as aviation’s family reunion each year," he continued. "You can be assured that EAA is already eagerly looking forward to gathering along the AirVenture flightline on July 26 through Aug. 1 in 2021.”
With these additions, EAA webinars will take place up to three nights a week for the immediate future.
The show will discuss how GA is responding to the COVID-19 crisis.
"Frustrating as it is, we're in a holding pattern right now."
The book recounts personal remembrances from World War II veterans who flew combat missions aboard B-17s.
Webinars cover topics ranging from aircraft maintenance and technology to pilot certification and flying clubs.
The tour is expected to resume April 16.
EAA is also concerned that the drone regulations set precedents that may affect manned aircraft operations, "which is unacceptable.”