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Considering Donating an Airplane? Let It Make History With EAA!
May 26, 2016 - EAA’s STC project has gotten the aviation community abuzz about the possibilities for the future of low-cost cockpit electronics. The initial STC allows the installation of the Dynon EFIS-D10A in Cessna 150, 152, 172, and Piper PA-28 and PA-38 series aircraft, with more types to follow in the future. EAA and Dynon are completing final arrangements for the FAA and we hope to begin selling the STC very soon.
Now it is time to take the next step, and we need your help. We plan to work with many other companies and products to expand the utility of the EAA STC. This expansion will best be accomplished with a dedicated testbed aircraft. If you have a type-certificated, light-piston single such as a Cessna 172, 182, or Piper PA-28, that you would consider donating, EAA would like to speak with you! The STC project is a significant EAA program for the betterment of all of general aviation. You would be following in the footsteps of an anonymous donor who provided a Cessna 150 EAA used for the bulk of its autofuel testing in the 1980s.
EAA is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, and the STC is being offered to EAA members for a revenue-neutral price. For more information about donating your aircraft, please contact John Hopkins, EAA manager of Aircraft Maintenance, at 920-426-4875. For general questions regarding the STC, contact EAA Member Services at 800-564-6322.