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Building a Sonerai Cowling

7/14/2020 2:23:00 PM By Bill Evans, EAA 794228, Chapter 266, Montreal, Quebec

This week I fitted and installed the FI air box, and the main (header) tank. More work was done to finalize the air inlet scoop and the new cowlings. Read More

How Not to Buy an Aircraft, Sort Of

7/14/2020 3:16:00 AM By Geoff Pritchard, Vancouver, British Columbia, EAA 348315, VAA 719951

The process of purchasing a first aircraft, as we all know, is a careful and cautious procedure that involves equal amounts of research, technical assistance, and at times, a certain amount of luck. Read More

EAA Chapter 1410 Profile — High River, Alberta

7/14/2020 2:58:00 AM By Kelvin Downs, EAA 1305615, Chapter 1410 Vice President

EAA Chapter 1410 had its beginnings in High River, Alberta, back in April 2005 with official incorporation in July of that year under the leadership of Jack Dueck, EAA Lifetime 337912. Read More

Passing of Bud Field

7/14/2020 2:47:00 AM By Ian Brown, Editor, EAA 657159

Many of you in Ontario may have known Sinclair (Bud) Field, co-founder and president of Brant Aero. We learned of his passing on June 18 after a long battle with cancer. Read More

EAA Canada's Response to TC's Notice of Proposed Amendment on Drones

7/14/2020 2:24:00 AM By Jeff Seaborn, EAA Canadian Council Chair

EAA has been supportive of drones and the advancements in technology and services that these devices have provided. Read More

Abbotsford — Pause for a Retrospective

7/14/2020 1:38:00 AM By Mike Davenport, EAA 89102, Langley, British Columbia

Abbotsford joined the list of major aviation events and air shows across North America that have canceled this year due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Read More

From the Archives — Robert Diemert Restored a Japanese Val

7/14/2020 1:23:00 AM By Ian Brown, Editor

ROBERT DIEMERT, who operates Friendship Field in Carman, Manitoba, owns and flies one of the rarest of all aircraft, an Aichi K-99 Val dive and torpedo bomber used by the Japanese Imperial Navy in World War II. Read More

Spirit of Aviation Week Comes to Canada

7/10/2020 5:01:00 AM By Ian Brown, Editor, EAA 657159

As we mentioned last month, the substitute for EAA AirVenture Oshkosh may not give you the experience of landing on the green dot, nor that feeling of camaraderie you get from camping alongside 40,000 of your fellow aviators, but it's coming to your home! Read More

Which Winch Is Which?

6/22/2020 3:54:00 PM By Mike Davenport, EAA 89102, Langley, British Columbia

A few years ago I was faced with an upcoming back operation and I own a 1,500 pound airplane; what has one to do with the other? Read More

Got the Blues? (As in Stains on Your Floor?)

6/22/2020 3:47:00 PM By Ralph Inkster, EAA 448193

Replacing the seal in a gas tank drain is an easy five minute job, after draining your tank of course. Read More
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