U.S. Sport Aviation Expo Prepares for Sixth Year at Sebring
EAA is again coordinating forums
November 12, 2009 — The first aviation trade show dedicated solely to sport pilot/light-sport aircraft is gearing up its sixth run in Sebring, Florida. The U.S. Sport Aviation Expo, commonly known as “Sebring,” is just around the corner, January 21-24, 2010, at the Sebring Regional Airport. This well-established aviation event showcases all different kinds of LSA, along with a full schedule of EAA-coordinated forums. Ron Wagner, EAA field operations manager, is putting together the forum schedule and welcomes applications from potential presenters at firstname.lastname@example.org.)
Sebring Chairman Bob Wood reports that a number of new exhibitors are scheduled to participate, including Van’s Aircraft, along with returning exhibitors featuring new and well known models. New sponsors this year include REMOS Aircraft, TECNAM Aircraft and AeroShell. They join returning sponsors Cessna, Aircraft Spruce and Specialty, Teledyne Continental, and MATCO Manufacturing.
“We approach our sixth event with anticipation of an outstanding show,” Wood said. “We continue our focus on providing an outstanding venue for comparing LSA available in the U.S. market and learning about the associated items such as related supplies and equipment, avionics, engines, training and maintenance.”