Clear and sunny weather throughout the Mid-Atlantic after two
years of hurricanes drew about 3,000 visitors to see what was new,
and old, in aviation at the Virginia Regional EAA Fly-in. Eight
Light Sport Aircraft (LSA) manufacturers displayed new planes along
with twelve other aircraft distributors and manufacturers. A 1929
Fleet was the oldest airplane to attend. Nearly 500 aircraft flew
in during the weekend from states up and down the Eastern Seaboard.
Ultralights arrived from as far south as Georgia and as far north
as mid-New York state.
'Dago Red' Could Be Yours For Only $950K... Make That
$950,050... No, $950,100...
by ANN Associate Editor Rob Finfrock
The crew at Aero-News was both shocked, humored, and somewhat
awed to find a true piece of air racing history for sale this
week... on eBay. We're also now searching for any spare change we
can find, calling our rich uncles to ask "just how they're doing",
and hitting the boss up for rather substantial raises (E-I-C Note: