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Sebring Just Around the Corner


December 22, 2010 — We’re less than a month away from the first aviation event of 2011, the U.S. Sport Aviation Expo, set for January 20-23 at Florida’s Sebring Regional Airport. Now in its seventh year, Sebring attendees experience the latest product offerings in the growing light-sport aircraft industry from leading manufacturers of fixed-wing airplanes, weight-shift trikes, powered parachutes, motor-gliders, and gyroplanes. (Demonstration flights are also available.) Among the 140 exhibitors are dealers and manufacturers of aircraft, avionics, electronics, aircraft parts and supplies, and pilot supplies, along with insurance agencies, financial institutions, training organizations, and nearly every aspect of recreational aviation.

Bob Wood, Expo Chairman, said that the Expo staff tries to continually improve the event for both exhibitors and attendees. “After the 2010 show, we contacted nearly every exhibitor to solicit comments for improvement,” he said. “Quite a number of these comments will be implemented for the 2011 show.”

EAA is again organizing the forums and workshops for all four days of the Expo, touching on a wide range of subjects, such as aircraft, flight training, insurance, avionics, and more. There’s a limited number of open slots in the schedule, so if you would like to make a presentation at Sebring, please contact Ron Wagner via e-mail.

For more information on Sebring, click here.


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