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The Quickie Q2

In the late ’70s and early ’80s, I was working with the Canadian distributor of the Quickie and the Q2 and, in the earlier days, had no flying experience but lots of building time.

TST-14

TST-14

23 Flight 14: Confidence Builder

Earning My Wings: a video blog about learning to fly — With each landing, I'm getting more and more confident at the controls.

Voyager Takeoff – December 14, 1986

25 years ago Voyager flew around the world non-stop without refueling. Here is the dramatic takeoff at Edwards Air Force Base. From the EAA video Building the Voyager, narrated by Cliff Robertson.

03 Selecting an Instructor

Earning My Wings: a video blog about learning to fly — I met face-to-face with three instructors. It was a fun process and I learned a lot about what options are available.

What Mattered to You In 2017

We wanted to know which EAA stories interested you most in 2017, so we ran some numbers that gave us the most-consumed content by EAA members and other aviation enthusiasts.

System Voltage - 14 versus 28 volts

Dick Koehler discusses the pros and cons of picking a 14- or 28-volt system. Dick is a technical counselor for EAA Chapter 186, an A&P mechanic with IA, and a SportAir Workshop instructor.

Aircraft Highlights at AirVenture Oshkosh 2017

Every year at EAA AirVenture Oshkosh, we’re lucky to welcome some of the most interesting aircraft in the world, and 2017 is shaping up to be no exception.
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