Free Distribution Begins in July at EAA AirVenture
The 2009/2010 edition of the Aircraft Electronic Association's
Pilot's Guide to Avionics debuts at EAA AirVenture from July 27 to
Aug. 2, in Oshkosh. The free Pilot's Guide is available at the
AEA's AirVenture booth, No. 2035/36, Hangar B.
But It Went Down Within 40 Minutes Of Closing The Deal
A Massachusetts man who bought a 1946 Aeronca Champ still hasn't
gotten to fly it solo ... because the previous owner who was flying
him back to New Hampshire with his new pride and joy was forced to
land at Fox Ridge Golf Club in Auburn, Maine, 40 minutes after they
had closed the deal.
Mooney Airplane Company is crowing a bit now that the M20R
Ovation2 GX has received its certification from the European
Aviation Safety Administration (EASA). This long-range
single-engine piston aircraft cruises at a top speed of 190 knots
at its service ceiling of 20,000 feet.
Aero-TV Conducts Its Annual Three Question Survey Of COPA Members
Opinions! We love them... especially when they come from folks
with something interesting to say! Aero-TV engaged in one of its
favorite exercises during the 2009 Cirrus Owners and Pilots
Association's Annual Convention -- that of surveying a dozen or so
people at an event with three questions targeted toward the
interest group that we're visiting.
API Will Manage Procurement, Inventory, And Logistics
Cirrus Aircraft and Aerospace Products International, Inc.
("API"), a supplier of distribution and supply chain services for
the aviation industry, signed a multi-year exclusive logistics
services agreement to support Cirrus owners, operators and service
GAMA has opened a European branch office in Brussels, Belgium
and hired Brian Davey as the Director of European Affairs. A native
of Ireland, Brian will represent the general aviation manufacturing
industry before European institutions in Brussels as well as the
European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) in Cologne.