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Crash May Bring GA Scrutiny
EAA monitoring reaction to Texas crash

As Federal and local officials continue to piece together background and details regarding Thursday’s aircraft crash into an office building in Austin, Texas, EAA is monitoring political, government and media reaction to the incident.

“We’re deeply saddened by this incident, which was clearly the result of the actions of a disturbed individual,” said Doug Macnair, EAA vice president of government relations. “We are staying in close contact with federal authorities including the FAA and TSA as well as AOPA and other aviation organizations to ensure that policy makers keep this incident in the proper perspective as it relates to aircraft security policy.”

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Spencer Air Car
We bring you some bonus photos of Doug Palmer’s Spencer Air Car, which will be featured in the March issue of EAA Sport Aviation. Palmer began the project - only available in plans-built form - in 1997. You’ll notice that it looks a lot like the all-metal Republic Seabee and that’s because Percy Spencer designed both aircraft. The Air Car was first and Spencer improved upon the design when the homebuilt movement started to gain speed. See the photo gallery

Other multimedia posted this week:
Hints for Homebuilders: Sheet Wax
Hints for Homebuilders: Engine Control Attachment
Timeless Voices:  E.E. “Buck” Hilbert

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News & Views from EAA February 19, 2010   Volume 10,  Number 7
HYBRID AIRCRAFT PROGRAM ANNOUNCED
'Green Flight Project'
Green FlightColorado-based Bye Energy, Inc., announced Thursday morning (February 18) it's working with selected technology partners to develop an electric-hybrid propulsion system (EHPS) for light propeller-driven aircraft. Calling it "The Green Flight Project," George Bye, CEO, declared, "The future is great for electric and electric-hybrid propulsion in aircraft. Savings to pilot-owners, increased operating efficiencies, reduced ownership and maintenance costs, environmental benefits, and improved safety will permanently change the face of general aviation." Read more
UPDATE: BUGATTI MODEL 100 RACER PROJECT
Bugatti updateWe received an update from Scotty Wilson and Greg Carlson, the Oklahoma duo that’s building a flying replica of the Bugatti Model 100 Racer. “A lot has happened,” Wilson wrote of the time since their last (October 2009) visit to Oshkosh. At that time precision measurements were made of EAA’s original Bugatti aircraft using a special digital profiling device developed for the project to determine the airfoil. Read more
WASHINGTON AIRCRAFT OWNERS, ASSOCIATIONS UNITE FOR TAX FIGHT
Washington state aircraft owners and several aviation organizations were well-represented at a public hearing on the proposed House Bill 3176 held last Saturday, February 13, by the House Finance Committee in Olympia. The bill includes a section that levies a half-percent excise tax on aircraft owned by state residents and is part of the legislature's efforts to close s $2.8 billion budget deficit. Read more
MUSEUM'S 'LIVING HISTORY' SPEAKERS SERIES LAUNCHES FEB. 25
Five unique aspects of the world of flight will be center stage this spring as the EAA AirVenture Museum hosts a living-history series of aviation speakers beginning Feb. 25. The series, which is free and open to the public, is supported through a grant from the Wisconsin Humanities Council. The Council supports and creates programs that use history, culture, and discussion to strengthen community life for everyone in Wisconsin. Read more
PAPER AIRMAN CERTIFICATES EXPIRE MARCH 31
Paper certificatesPilots who have not replaced their paper airman certificate with the required new plastic certificate risk being unable to exercise their privileges at the end of March. All paper airman certificates will expire March 31, 2010. FAR 61.19(h) reads: “Except for a temporary certificate issued under §61.17 or a student pilot certificate issued under paragraph (b) of this section, the holder of a paper pilot certificate issued under this part may not exercise the privileges of that certificate after March 31, 2010.” Read more
2010 AIRVENTURE CUP RACE RETURNS TO SOUTH DAKOTA
AirVenture Cup RaceThe 13th running of the EAA AirVenture Cup race will return to Mitchell, South Dakota, this year in a straight-line dash to Oshkosh on Sunday July 25. The nation's largest cross-country race is open to all aircraft certificated in the experimental category and will have 10 classes this year including a category for light-sport aircraft. Read more
HANGAR OF TREASURED AIRCRAFT COLLAPSES UNDER HEAVY SNOW
Collapsed Barn The snow that piled up along the Eastern seaboard over the last two weeks broke more than meteorological records. Paul Ennis, 79, EAA 67592, VAA 1312, of Salisbury, Maryland, and his wife Ellie, 68, suffered a heart-breaking loss when the snow load proved to be too much for the hangar built by Ennis' father in 1936. Initially, the front of the hangar collapsed, crushing the family Piper Cub in half. Then the rest of the roof collapsed in stages, crushing a total of six airplanes inside including another Cub, a Cessna 150, and a Great Lakes biplane owned by the family since the airport's founding. Read more
WOMAN ORDERED TO GIVE BOSS HER RV-9A
A Kansas City dentist recently received an RV-9A as restitution for a theft by one of his employees. A Federal court sentenced Sandra Brandes to a 15-month prison term after she was convicted of embezzling more than $77,000 from the dental practice of Dr. J. Daniel Fleming. According to a report by The Ottawa Herald, Brandes used some of the money to buy an RV kit and built the airplane with her husband Matthew Brandes. In 2006, The Ottawa Herald had even published a feature on the couple and their efforts to build the aircraft. Read more
'BAREFOOT BURGLAR' MAY HAVE STOLEN ANOTHER PLANE
Colton Harris-Moore may have stolen his fourth airplane in the Pacific-Northwest, this time flying near restricted airspace relating to the Winter Olympic Games, according to a report from CNN.com. "We think it fits his pattern. We are looking for him," said San Juan County Sheriff Bill Cumming. Harris-Moore, nicknamed the ‘Barefoot Burglar,’ has no formal flight training, but his skills seem to be improving. Officials say the latest plane he allegedly stole - a Cirrus SR22 worth about $650,000 - was found undamaged in mud near a landing strip on Orcas Island. Read more
FORMER EAA DIRECTOR SHARES AVIATION EXPERIENCES WITH NINE LIVES
Nine LivesNine Lives - Adventures of a Lucky Pilot is a book that EAA Founder Paul Poberezny says "should be read by every pilot." Written by EAA Director Emeritus Mal Gross, the book's 520 pages create a memoir of Mal's 50-plus years - 6,850 hours logged - of flight experience as a private pilot in a variety of general aviation airplanes. Through it all, Mal contends he's been lucky more than a few times. "I have known many private pilots…who had more experience and skill than I had. Some survived, but some - whose luck ran out - didn't. Many of the lucky ones recognized that luck had been with them, and stopped flying. Others, like myself, flew on, and continued to be lucky." Read more
NEW SPORTAIR WORKSHOP LOCATION A HIT!
EAA SportAir WorkshopsMark Forss, EAA SportAir Workshops coordinator, reports that the response has been great for the new SportAir Workshop location, the Aviation Institute of Maintenance in Orlando, Florida. Several workshops are scheduled there February 27-28, and most are filled up. But a few openings remain in Electrical Systems, Wiring, and Avionics; Composite Construction; and What's Involved in Kit Building? (evening only). As part of our continued relationship with the Aviation Institute of Maintenance, the SportAir Workshops will be presenting a $500 scholarship to a student at the school as part of our mutual support of aviation education. Visit www.sportair.com for detailed course descriptions and to sign up for a course near you!
INCLUDE YOUR LOVED ONE ON EAA'S MEMORIAL WALL
Memorial WallThe EAA Memorial Wall is one of the most cherished places on the AirVenture grounds. Located on the edge of Pioneer Airport near the Fergus Chapel, this solemn destination provides a place of dignity for EAA members to honor departed loved ones whose support and passion for aviation positively impacted not only their lives, but also the lives of others. Its centerpiece: a monument made up of thousands of stones brought to Oshkosh from EAA members' home states and countries. 

EAA honors new inductees at the annual dedication service held during AirVenture. If you would like to have your loved one included in this year's ceremony (11 a.m., Sunday, August 1), your order must be received by Monday, April 12, 2010. To learn more, please visit the AirVenture website, e-mail development@eaa.org, or call toll-free, 800-236-1025.

BE A PART OF EAA'S COMPASS HILL
Compass HillCompass Hill celebrates EAA's values of quality, innovation, and the freedom of personal flight we all share. Located near Pioneer Airport adjacent to the EAA Memorial Wall and Fergus Chapel, Compass Hill features a sculpture by Larry Anderson, Directions, depicting a family that symbolizes the love of flight passed down through the generations. Benches at the summit surround a compass rose of bricks and serve as resting places to overlook the spectacular scenery.

Express your enduring love of flying with an engraved brick for yourself, or as a lasting tribute to family members and friends, or corporate recognition. To be part of this year's dedication ceremony for newly installed bricks (July 28, Wednesday morning during AirVenture), orders must be received by May 14, 2010. Participants receive a beautifully framed mini-brick replica. To learn more, visit the AirVenture website, contact EAA's Development Department at 800-236-1025, or e-mail development@eaa.org.

REGISTRATION OPENS FOR 4TH ANNUAL CAFE ELECTRIC AIRCRAFT SYMPOSIUM
CAFE FoundationRegistration for the 4th Annual CAFE Electric Aircraft Symposium (EAS IV) is now open. The conference is being held in Rohnert Park, California April 23-24, 2010. Interest and continued advances in electric aircraft has caused attendance to double each year at the event. The preliminary program features an outstanding international faculty of experts in the technologies critical to the practical development of electric, hybrid and bio-fueled aircraft.
EAA MERCHANDISE: BUILD A PEDAL PLANE JUST IN TIME FOR SPRING!
EAA MerchandiseIt's never too early to believe you can fly. A pedal plane is a great way for your child to feel like they are a real pilot. They’ll have a blast riding through the neighborhood with their very own Gee Bee or P-51 Mustang. Visit our web site to view our entire selection of pedal plane plans. Order online or call toll-free 800-564-6322.

DEAL OF THE WEEK: EAA MEMBERS SAVE ON ALL FLIGHT DATA SYSTEMS PRODUCTS!
Deal of the weekAs an EAA member, you can receive rebates on all Flight Data Systems including a GT-50 Accelerometer ($20 rebate); FC-10 Fuel Computer ($30 rebate); T-30 Tachometer ($20 rebate); LC-50 Lighting Controller ($20 rebate); LC-40e Lighting Controller ($10 rebate); AP-60 Audio Panel ($10 rebate); AFP-30 Air-Data Fuel Performance Computer ($50 rebate); AN-21 Annunciator Control Unit ($30 rebate); and much more! Click here to find out how you can get rebates on all Flight Data Systems products.

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Get Extra Savings on Hertz Rentals when you use your EAA CDP# with Hertz Special Offers. Check out all our great savings like $30 off a Collections Rental.

  
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Post of the Week!

  • Sometimes, when someone gets stuck on a project, they're driven to find a new and better way of doing things, frustration being the mother of innovation and all that. This week's post is not about one of those times. Rather, it's about a builder named Martin Wilson who asked for help and, in amongst a number of useful and informative responses, was led to a clean and elegant solution that's just a month shy of its 50th birthday. Wayne Bressler gets the nod for posting a link to an article in the March, 1960 issue of EAA Sport Aviation that turned out to be exactly what Martin needed, proving the old adage "… there's no need to reinvent the plywood gusset punch."
AeroInnovations

If you have a suggestions and/or submission for EAA’s weekly AeroInnovations column, please send to AeroInnovations editor Bob Waldron at aeroinnovations@eaa.org.

Spray-on Metal Keeps Ice Off Wings

Spray-on Metal Keeps Ice Off Wings

GKN Aerospace is manufacturing heater mats for the composite wings of the Boeing 787 to prevent or remove ice buildup. The mats are not heating elements, but rather act as conductors and electrothermal elements that transfer heat to the wingskin. The GKN process uses “spray-on metal technology that can be embedded in a metal or composite surface.”

Electric Landing Gear Systems May Replace Hydraulics

 Electric Landing Gear Systems May Replace Hydraulics

Many aircraft actuator systems are powered by hydraulic systems, such as extension and retraction for landing gears. Properly designed electromechanical systems are more reliable and will require less maintenance than a hydraulic system, which performs the same function.

Lightweight Alloys for Aircraft and Cars

Lightweight Alloys for Aircraft and Cars

A group of UK scientists is developing super-light metal alloys for aircraft and cars. These new alloys cost less to produce and have the same weight, strength, and reliability as current materials; have an improved internal microstructure and surface finish; and prevent problems that normally occur when the alloys are joined to steel or composite components of the vehicles. 

Automated Aerial Refueling May Help GA Collision Avoidance

Automated Aerial Refueling May Help GA Collision Avoidance

GE Aviation has made successful test flights with an Electro-Optical Grid Reference System (EOGRS) to improve the safety and reliability of aerial refueling. Although primarily a military application at this point, general aviation may also benefit from this method to very accurately track the positions of two aircraft in close proximity.

A Shaky Test to Improve Aircraft Safety

A Shaky Test to Improve Aircraft Safety Researchers at the German Aerospace Center developed an improved vibration test to induce and monitor real-life bending and twisting of wings and other key airframe components. The taxi vibration test (TVT) allows for quicker and less expensive testing compared to the traditional ground vibration test (GVT) but TVT is currently being used with GVT rather than as a replacement. The same German research plane is being used to help design quiet and more fuel-efficient flight.
AeroInnovations aims to highlight developments that have potential to impact the future of aviation.  EAA does not necessarily endorse the ideas, products, services or views contained therein.

AIRCRAFT PROJECT RISKS AND SOLUTIONS
By Bob Mackey, representative for the EAA Aircraft Insurance Plan,
Administered by Falcon Insurance Agency

EAA Aircraft InsuranceYou should only buy insurance when you need insurance…but how do you know when you need insurance? Many EAA members take on the challenge of building an airplane without considering whether or not their airplane project is insured. This isn't surprising because there's a lot involved in getting ready to build an airplane, like determining which airplane to build; making sure you have the tools and skills; figuring out how much the airplane will cost; securing a location to build your airplane…and the list goes on. Insurance doesn't immediately come to mind. Read more
HINTS FOR HOMEBUILDERS: SHEET WAX
Hints for HomebuildersRichard Koehler shows how to attach a throttle and mixture control to a carburetor. Dick is a Technical Counselor for Chapter 186, an A&P aircraft mechanic with Inspection Authorization (IA), and a SportAir Workshop instructor. Watch the video

BONUS HINT: ENGINE CONTROL ATTACHMENT
Richard Koehler shows how to attach a throttle and mixture control to a carburetor. Dick is a Technical Counselor for Chapter 186, an A&P aircraft mechanic with Inspection Authorization (IA), and a SportAir Workshop instructor. Watch the video

EAA 'TIMELESS VOICE OF THE WEEK': E.E. "BUCK" HILBERT
EAA Timeless VoicesE.E. “Buck” Hilbert is a name familiar to many EAAers. He authors the monthly column “Pass it to Buck” in EAA’s Vintage Airplane magazine. Buck has a long history with aviation. As a young boy in 1927 he saw Charles Lindbergh fly over his hometown of Rockford, Illinois during Lindbergh’s tour of the U.S. after his solo flight across the Atlantic Ocean in May of that year. During World War II Buck enlisted in the U.S. Army Air Corps as an aircraft maintenance instructor. After qualifying for the Aviation Cadet program he became a B-17 flight instructor and trained new pilots in the Flying Fortress. Recalled to active duty during the Korean War, Buck flew various L-birds as a liaison pilot transporting cargo, people, and supplies and serving as an aerial artillery spotter . After his service he began flying for United Airlines, first in the DC-3 and retiring as a captain flying DC-8s. A long time member of EAA, Buck has been actively involved with EAA’s Antique-Classic/Vintage division for many years. Watch the video.
 
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WHERE ARE YOU FLYING THIS WEEKEND?
EAA Calendar of EventsEAA Chapter 745 Young Eagle Rally - Centerville Lake, Minnesota
Come to the Young Eagles Rally Saturday, February 20, held in combination with the Centerville Lions Ice Fishing Contest. Rally takes place from 9 a.m.-1 p.m. Learn more at http://eaa745.org, or contact Dan Hammons, 651-399-6313.

Wheels and Skis Fly In, Northport Airport, Northport, Wisconsin
From 11 a.m.-2 p.m. Saturday, February 20, EAA Chapter 444 holds its annual Wheels and Skis fly in. Food will be available. Contact Wayne Poppy by sending him an e-mail.

To learn more about calendar events, or to find/submit others, visit www.EAAcalendar.org.

 
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Question of the Week
For EAA Information Services

I have recently changed the propeller on my experimental light-sport aircraft. What paperwork is required?

Answer: The Operating Limitations document issued as part of your Airworthiness Certificate contains a paragraph regarding how to determine whether a change is a major change or not and how to proceed. FAR 21.93 states: A "minor change" is one that has no appreciable effect on the weight, balance, structural strength, reliability, operational characteristics, or other characteristics affecting the airworthiness of the product. All other changes are "major changes."

For example, if your replacement prop is from the same manufacturer, same make and model, it would be a minor change/direct replacement. An entry in the maintenance records listing the propeller manufacturer, model/serial number, diameter, and pitch should be sufficient.

If you changed to a different prop, different size, pitch, etc., then it would probably be a major change by the definition above. The Operating Limitations should contain language that directs the owner to re-enter Phase 1 flight testing after incorporating a major change. You will be directed to contact your local Flight Services District Office (FSDO) so you can provide information about a flight testing area, and you may have to update the aircraft's file at the FAA Aircraft Registration Branch.

Have a question?
To ask a question regarding government issues, e-mail govt@eaa.org. For questions about registration, airmen, aircraft and medical certification, safety records, performance, or any other matter, e-mail infoserv@eaa.org.

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Fun flying above the clouds in an X-Air LS, which sports one of the LSA category’s roomier cabins at 43 inches wide. This air-to-air photo was shot by EAA’s Jim Koepnick during Sebring, Florida’s 2010 U.S. Sport Aviation Expo.

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On the Flightline - General Aviation News
GA SHIPMENTS AND BILLINGS DOWN IN 2009
Worldwide shipments and billings of general aviation airplanes were down in all categories in 2009, reports the General Aviation Manufacturers Association (GAMA). Industry billings dipped to $19.5 billion, a 21.4 percent decrease from the 2008 record high of $24.8 billion. Worldwide shipments of GA airplanes declined for a second year in a row with a total of 2,276 units delivered, a 42.6 percent decrease over the previous year.

The piston airplane segment experienced the greatest decline at 54.5 percent. Shipments totaled 965 airplanes in 2009, compared to 2,119 unit airplanes in 2008. The turboprop sector was the most successful in weathering the economic storm, showing a decline of 17.6 percent. After five years of growth, the business jet sector declined 33.7 percent with 870 airplanes shipped. GAMA Chairman Ron Wilson commented that there are signs that the worst of the economic crisis may be over. "The inventory of used aircraft has peaked and is now declining, flying hours are on the rise, and inquiries for new orders are beginning to grow again," he said. Learn more at www.GAMA.aero.

FIRST NEW PRODUCTION DHC-6 TWIN OTTER TAKES FLIGHT
In advance of Transport Canada certification, the first new production DHC-6 Series 400 Twin Otter has taken its initial flight from Viking's final assembly facility in Calgary, Alberta, the first since de Havilland Canada ended production in 1988. Steve Stackhouse, manager of flight operations, along with Viking President and CEO David Curtis, piloted the aircraft on the initial flight, commenting, "The aircraft performed exactly as expected, it felt very stable, fast, and even with my thousands of hours on type, this new Series 400 Twin Otter brought a smile to my face." With Canadian certification imminent, Viking expects first customer deliveries to start soon. Visit www.VikingAir.com for more information.

OUTLOOK GOOD FOR AERO FRIEDRICHSHAFEN
Event planners for Aero Friedrichshafen, April 8-12, say exhibitor numbers are exceeding their expectations, with some 400 companies expected. This year's event will again include E-Flight Expo, which stands for ecological, electrical, and evolutionary aviation components, and include a program on new technologies. A provisional list of exhibitors can be found at www.Aero-Expo.com.

ABLE FLIGHT CREATES NEW CAREER TRAINING SCHOLARSHIP
With the new Able Flight Career Training scholarship, it's now possible for a person with a physical disability to earn an FAA-issued Repairman Certificate for light-sport aircraft in just three weeks. Rainbow Aviation of Corning, California, will provide the training. As with all Able Flight full scholarships, the award covers training, travel and lodging, and testing fees. The application form is available at www.AbleFlight.org.

LINDBERGH FOUNDATION DONATES HUSKY TO KENYA WILDLIFE SERVICE
The Lindbergh Foundation has donated a 180-hp Aviat A1-C Husky bush plane to the Kenya Wildlife Service (KWS). A ceremony to formally donate the Husky - whose special registration numbers 5Y-KWL reflect Kenya Wildlife Lindbergh - was held January 29 at the KWS Wilson Hangar in Nairobi, Kenya. In addition to handing over the keys, the Lindbergh Foundation sponsored a "Basic Flight Review" and emergency-maneuver training course for the KWS air patrol pilots, led by air show performer Patty Wagstaff. Learn more at www.LindberghFoundation.org.

NOMINATIONS SOUGHT FOR NAHF/CROSSFIELD TEACHER AWARD
The National Aviation Hall of Fame is seeking entries for the 24th annual A. Scott Crossfield Aerospace Education Teacher of the Year Award. Founded by famed research test pilot Scott Crossfield in 1986, the award is a juried competition open to current classroom teachers in grades K-12. The winner will receive a $1,500 cash stipend. Deadline for nominations is May 1, 2010. For more information, visit www.NationalAviation.org or call 888-383-1903, ext. 11.

SNOWBOARDER WINS KING SCHOOLS' SKYHAWK
Rhonda Doyle of Ridgway, Colorado, won King Schools' Future of Flight airplane sweepstakes. The Cessna 172S Skyhawk she won includes a G1000 WAAS panel and features the GFC700 autopilot. Rhonda is a commercial pilot who supervises the Snowboard School at Telluride Ski Resort in Colorado. She is working toward her goal of becoming a tour pilot. To view a short video of Rhonda picking up her new airplane, visit www.KingSchools.com/winner.

KANNAD LAUNCHES TWO PERSONAL LOCATOR BEACONS
Kannad has launched two new Personal Locator Beacons (PLBs) for light aviation aircraft. The palm-sized XS-4 GPS and the professional handheld XS-ER GPS offer the ability to have an ultra small PLB in your pocket. Both the XS-4 GPS and the XS-ER GPS comply with international standards and meet US and EU approvals and operate on the global COSPAS SARSAT 406MHz search and rescue satellite communication system, and both will be available on March 1. Visit www.Kannad.com to learn more.

ASA'S 2010 CATALOG IS AVAILABLE
The 2010 Aviation Supplies & Academics, Inc. (ASA) catalog is now available. It's filled with textbooks for pilots and aviation maintenance technicians, test preparation books and software, FAA handbooks, pilot supplies, and flight simulation and tutorial software-nearly 400 products published or manufactured by ASA. Visit www.ASA2Fly.com to request a printed catalog or download a PDF version.

WICKS OFFERS NEW SUPERFLITE PRACTICE KITS
Superflite Practice Kits are now available from Wicks Aircraft Supply for learning how to work with Superflite finishing materials or for making small repairs to a fabric-covered aircraft. The kits include an illustrated manual and DVD; a yard of Superflite fabric; a six-inch straight needle; three yards of surface tape and an equal amount of rib stitching cord; a glue gun; invisible gloves; a pint of adhesive; a pint of primer base and equal amounts of primer catalyst and flex agent; along with a quart of reducer. Order online at www.WicksAircraft.com or call 800-221-9425.

  
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