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7 p.m. CST

RANS S-21 Outbound, All Metal, All Purpose

Randy Schlitter


Randy Schlitter will discuss the S-21 Outbound kit, the latest offering from RANS Aircraft.


7 p.m. CST

Good Eyes, Great Catch!
Qualifies for FAA WINGS and AMT credit.

Mike Busch


Maintenance-induced problems are common, and it often takes an experienced pair of eyes to diagnose them. In this webinar, maintenance guru Mike Busch tells the true-life story of an aircraft owner who made a routine fuel stop at a remote airport in Nevada only to discover the left side of his airplane was covered with oil, and the six-day ordeal that followed during which a near-catastrophic engine problem was diagnosed and fixed. There are a number of lessons to be learned from this pilot's close call.


7 p.m. CST

Aerobatic Airplanes Made Affordable and Enjoyable
Qualifies for FAA WINGS credit.

Bruce Mamont and Renee Brilhante


Forming clubs or co-ownership agreements can be a great way to fly aerobatic capable aircraft. Join IAC members Bruce Mamont and Renee Brilhante as they discuss tips on how to and pitfalls to avoid when setting up an Aerobatic Aircraft Acro-Ownership or Club.


7 p.m. CST

Hot Topics in Aviation Medical Certification
Qualifies for FAA WINGS credit.

Dr. Steve Leonard, Donald R. Andersen, Greg Reigel, and Patrick Floyd


A discussion with Dr. Steve Leonard and a panel of aviation attorneys will cover recent trends, changes, and hot topics in aviation medical certification. Based on these developments, the panel will discuss what pilots can expect as they navigate the current aviation medical environment, and how they can recognize and avoid potential problems as well as chart a course that gets them to their destination without incident.


7 p.m. CST

Night Flight
Qualifies for FAA WINGS credit.

Larry Bothe


Join Larry Bothe, an 8,000-hour small airplane pilot and CFI, as he discusses basic information and best practices for flying at night. Topics include the FAA’s definitions of night, airport and aircraft lights, flashlights, and night vision; hazards to night flight, such as obstacles and ground fog, and risk management during night cross-country flight.


7 p.m. CST

The Sonerai Story

John Monnett


John Monnett, aircraft designer and EAA Homebuilders Hall of Fame inductee, will review how the Sonerai came into being and the current options for building one yourself. This single or two-place design will be celebrating its 50th anniversary at EAA AirVenture Oshkosh 2021. After nearly 50 years, the Sonerai still offers the homebuilder a value that is difficult to match.


7 p.m. CST

It's Baffling
Qualifies for FAA WINGS and AMT credit.

Mike Busch


A complex set of rigid baffles and flexible baffle seals are critical in keeping your engine cool. In this webinar, engine guru Mike Busch explains how the cooling system works, and discusses how to diagnose and correct cooling system problems. Mike illustrates this with a real-life story involving a Cessna T210 whose front most cylinders always seemed to have higher CHTs than the others, and how Mike helped the owner cure this problem with the help of some smartphone photos.


7 p.m. CST

Surviving Carbon Monoxide
Qualifies for FAA WINGS and AMT credit.

Prof. H. Paul Shuch


We all know that carbon monoxide is tasteless, colorless, odorless, and lethal. Thankfully it is also easy to detect, and simple to avoid. In this FAA Safety Team WINGS and AMT award presentation, Prof. H. Paul Shuch shares a recent experience which could have ended very badly, but fortunately did not. Don’t watch this seminar (unless you want to save your life!).


7 p.m. CST

The International Aerobatic Club Turns 50 Years Old and It's a Golden Birthday!

Lorrie Penner and panelists


Join Sport Aerobatics Editor Lorrie Penner and panelists on a ride 50 years in the making. Through a panel discussion with IAC Hall of Fame inductees and a U.S. National Aerobatic Champion find out how the IAC got its start, and how it has evolved through today. Hear first-hand stories you may have heard of but never knew the details, and a few stories you may have never known. Enjoy photos from the 50th anniversary photo album ›


7 p.m. CST

Avionics Options for your Homebuilt Aircraft with Dynon

Michael Schofield


After hundreds to thousands of hours working on your airframe, it's time to decide how to equip your panel. In this webinar, we'll cover general considerations such as matching your avionics to your flying and budget, product choices and configurations from Dynon and Advanced, and additional ways you can reduce your installation time with an ADVANCED PANEL.

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