July 11-15 - Arlington, WA - Northwest EAA Fly-In, 360-435-5857
July 13-15 - HILLSBORO, OH - 17th Annual Helicopter Roundup, 513-932-6500
July 13-15 - ROSE, NY - Chapter 1017 Fly-In Gathering, 315-626-2992
July 13-15 - NEW LONDON, WI - Seventh Annual GUMP’s Ultralight and Light Plane Fly-In, 920-731-5037
July 14 - AUGUSTA, GA - Chapter 172, Poker-run Fly In, 706-547-3607
July 14 - TRUCKEE-TAHOE, CA - Chapter 1073 Pancake Breakfast, 530-546-8515
July 14 - ASHLAND COUNTY, OH - (3G4) Breakfast Fly-In, 419-281-3966
July 14 - RUSSELLVILLE, KY - Chapter 1165 Pancake Breakfast, 270-755-5237
July 14 - MAYVILLE, NY - Dart Airport sponsored Fly-In Breakfast, 716-753-2160
July 14 - CLEARFIELD, PA - Chapter 748 Breakfast Fly-In, Clearfield-Lawrence Airport (FIG), 814-236-0760
July 14 - KENTLAND, IN - Kentland Municipal Fly-In/Open House, 219-474-9080
July 14 - ST SIMON ISLAND, GA - American Navion Society sponsored Annual Fly-In, 410-692-6334
July 14 - CLOQUET, MN - Carlton County Airport Commission and Chapter 1221 sponsored Grand Opening of COQ Airport Expansion, 218-879-4911
July 14 - TREMONT CITY, OH - Mad River Airport sponsored Fly-In, 937-969-8521
July 14 - SHERMAN, TX - Chapter 323 Second Annual Pancake Breakfast at (KSWI), 903-523-4899
July 14 - HIBBING, MN - Chapter 996 Sixth Annual "Miners Breakfast" Fly-In, 218-263-4152
July 14 - PELL CITY, AL - Chapter 1320 Fly-In Breakfast, 205-338-9500
July 14-15 - GENESEO, NY - 1941 Aircraft Group’s "History of Flight
July 14-15 - GREENVILLE, KY - Chapter 1184 FAA Mini Wings Weekend, 270-338-1330
July 14-15 - CAPE GIRARDEAU, MO - Cape Girardeau Regional Airport sponsored 4th Annual Air Festival, 573-334-6230
July 14-15 - CASSELTON, ND - Chapter 317 "Planes on the Plains" 2001, 701-347-5519
July 15 - EAST TROY, WI - Friends of the East Troy Airport sponsored Open House, 262-968-2044
July 15 - PETERSBURG, WV - Potomac Highlands Pilots Association sponsored Fly-In at Grant County Airport (W99), 304-257-4435
July 15 - LANCASTER, OH - Airport Open House (LHQ), 740-746-4146, firstname.lastname@example.org
July 15 - WARROAD, MN - EAA & Warroad Women of Today sponsored Fly-In at Lake of the Woods
July 15 - PLATTEVILLE, WI - Platteville Airport sponsored 3rd Annual Fly-In Breakfast, 608-348-3580
July 15 - GRANTSBURG, WI - Chapter 875 Wild Rice Pancake Breakfast at (GIG), 715-349-2095
July 15-16 - ROCK FALLS, IL - North Central EAA Chapter 101 "Old Fashioned Fly-In" at
July 15-20 - SHELBYVILLE, ID - International Cessna 170 Assoc. sponsors the 33rd Annual Convention, 417-532-4847
July 14 - PUNTA GORDA, FL - Chapter 565 Pancake Breakfast/Young Eagle Rally, Charlotte County Airport, 941-627-1700
July 14 - MURFREESBORO, TN - Chapter 419 Fly-In/Young Eagles Breakfast
July 14-15 - HAGERSTOWN, MD - Chapter 36 and Hagerstown Aircraft Services sponsored Young Eagles Day/Fly-In, 301-739-0074
Next Workshop: July 13-15, GRIFFIN, GA
of the Month
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and use as wallpaper. For June, we feature EAA's pair of Young Eagles
E-Newsletter For Recreational Aviators
1, Number 3
Two weeks, four days to AirVenture Oshkosh 2001!
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A Giant Step
Forward For Sport Pilot/Light Sport Airplane: From DOT To OMB
In what is considered the most significant step yet, the Sport Pilot/Light Sport Airplane proposal has left the Department of Transportation and is now at the Office of Management and
Budget. This huge development has fostered speculation that an important announcement for AirVenture may be looming.
EAA Plans To “Begin The Countdown” At AirVenture
EAA will “Begin The Countdown” for its Countdown To Kitty Hawk Initiative at the newly transformed Countdown To Kitty Hawk Pavilion (the former EAA Action Pavilion)
on July 24. Those attending opening day won't want to miss it!
Gustafson, It's All About Giving Something Back
Kevin Gustafson, Seal Beach, California, is on a mission to fly to all 50 states to promote EAA's Young Eagles program. Kevin, 19, received a Young Eagles flight in 1993 that changed his life forever.
Members Benefit From EAA Chapter Leadership Workshops
Recent EAA Chapter Leadership Workshops held in Seattle, Washington, and Hartford, Connecticut, were unqualified successes according to the Chapter leaders who attended them.
Camping With Your Homebuilt Airplane At AirVenture
For the first time ever,
several rows within Showplane Camping will be designated for
homebuilts only. The Homebuilt Aircraft Council is “test-flying” a
program where, on a first-come, first-served basis, homebuilt campers
will be parked together in a designated area.
FAA Announces Full
Slate Of AirVenture Forums
The Federal Aviation
Administration will conduct a wide variety of forums and educational
offerings at AirVenture, plus Administrator Jane Garvey holds her
annual Meet the Administrator session on Friday, July 27, at 11:30
Aeronautics And Space Commission Supports AsMA Resolution
The State of
Oklahoma's Aeronautics and Space Commission agrees with the
Aerospace Medical Association (AsMA) and its resolution calling for
more federal resources for clearing the large backlog of medical
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New GlaStar Completes Purchase Of AADI
Thomas Wathen’s New GlaStar LLC completed
the purchase of Arlington Aircraft Development Inc's (AADI) GlaStar rights and assets on June 29. A sales price was not disclosed.
The new companies (New Glasair LLC and New GlaStar LLC), headquartered in the former AADI facilities in Arlington, Washington, will now focus on getting both Glasair and GlaStar product lines back into production, said President Mikael Via.
"Progress was made the last two weeks in a lot of areas, most of which was directly aimed at our goal of being able to ship parts to customers," he said.
In addition, the "New" companies will hold informational open house sessions throughout Arlington’s Northwest EAA Fly-In, set for July
11-15. Session will be held:
July 11-12, 1-4 p.m.
July 13, 10 a.m.-5 p.m.
July 14, 9 a.m.-5 p.m.
Zenith Announces STOL CH 701 Update
Designer Chris Heintz has introduced 4th edition design updates to the popular STOL CH 701 short take-off and landing (STOL) kit aircraft.
Gross weight of the two-seat all-metal aircraft has been increased from 960 lbs. to 1,100 lbs. to better accommodate the installation of new engines such as the 100-hp Rotax 912S. New wing tanks (2 x 10 US gal.) are now standard equipment with the design, as well as new top-hinged "swing-up" doors and a formed acrylic windshield. The new 4th edition blueprints are CAD-drawn for maximum clarity and detail.
The high wing STOL CH 701 design features fixed leading edge wing slats to provide excellent short take-off and landing performance and great grass-field (off airport) capability. A typical take-off roll is less than 100 feet.
For more information, contact Zenith Aircraft Company at 573-581-9000 or visit
Atlantic Aero Certifies 310 hp
Non-Turbo Conversion For Cessna 210s
Atlantic Aero and sister company Aero Modification & Consulting, LLC,
Greensboro, North Carolina, received STC approval for their Teledyne Continental IO 550-P on turbocharged Cessna 210 models made from 1970-1984.
The engines, marketed under the name “550 T.I. Engine Conversion,” has significant performance gains below 10,000 feet MSL, reduced fuel consumption and up to a 43 percent increase TBO over the turbocharged airplane.
The conversion incorporates a Tuned Induction System and Atlantic’s six-point, SmoothRide Engine Mount System. The propeller is replaced with a Hartzell Scimitar Propeller.
Cooling requirements of the new engine are significantly reduced and are provided by redesigned engine cowling air inlets. The cowl flaps are also redesigned, reducing the aircraft’s empty weight by over 75 lbs.
“We have thousands of hours of flight experience with this engine and it has performed flawlessly,” said Atlantic Aero’s COO Jim
First-Time Winners in 25th Air Race Classic
Dene Chabot-Fence, Carson City, Nevada, and Gloria May, Kerman, California, won the 25th annual Air Race Classic all women’s cross-country speed race in a Piper PA28-180 (Cherokee). They finished less than a minute ahead of Sophia Payton, Clearwater, Florida and Bernice Barris, Cleveland, Ohio, in a Cessna 182S. This is Chabot-Fence/May’s first win after eight consecutive top-ten finishes since 1994.
The race began on June 26 in San Diego with 31 airplanes and finished on June 29 at Sporty’s Pilot Shop in Batavia, Ohio. Original plans were altered by bad weather, unfortunately, causing the official race to end at Pratt, Kansas. The women flew to Batavia on their own in honor of the race’s silver anniversary.
Airplanes were handicapped based primarily on horsepower and design. Winners were determined by how well they exceeded their handicaps in ground speed (knots).
The 2002 Air Race Classic will be from Silver City, New Mexico, to Hampton, Virginia. Contact Pauline Glasson, 361/289-1101, or
& A: Question of the Week
To EAA Government and Industry
Where in the FARs does it require that a homebuilt airplane be inspected every 12 months? - Via e-mail
The answer to this takes a couple of FAR's. FAR 43 covers all maintenance, preventative maintenance,
rebuilding and alteration on U.S.-certificated aircraft. However, FAR 43.1(b) says the FAR 43 requirements do not apply to experimental amateur-built (homebuilt) aircraft.
FAR 91.319(b) says that no person may operate an experimental aircraft unless (a) it is controllable throughout it's normal range of speeds and maneuvers and (b) it has no hazardous operating characteristics.
FAR 91.319(C) says the FAA Administrator will issue "special operating limitations".
FAA Order 8130.2D paragraph 134b(22) (special amateur-built operating limitations) says no person shall (mandatory term) operate this aircraft unless within the preceding 12 calendar months it has had a condition inspection performed in accordance with the scope and detail of Appendix D to FAR 43 and found to be in a condition for safe operation.
The special operating limitations are issued by the FAA Administrators agent (FAA FSDO/MIDO Safety Inspector or DAR) at the time the amateur-built aircraft is initially inspected & certificated, and state you must follow the guidance of FAR 43 to complete an annual condition inspection and certify that the aircraft is safe to fly per FAR 91.319.
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