Oshkosh Day Two Coverage -- Part Two Of Five Part Hightower Interview, A Chat With Phil Boyer!!!
We have two more new airplanes to tell you about at AirVenture. The wraps came off the new RV-14, and Lisa Airplanes Akoya amphibious skiplane made its U.S. debut. Meanwhile SeaRey was showing off its 20th anniversary edition amphib and announced an innovative new flight training program.
Continental Motors, Redbird Simulators, and the King Schools have all gotten together in an effort they're calling Zulu Flight Training. The school, which is officially a division of Continental, sees advanced full motion flight simulators and advanced technology training aircraft to deliver a consistent, cost effective and safe path to obtaining basic and advanced pilot licenses, according to those involved.
Aspen Avionics announced that they have received TSO approval for the Connected Pilot line of products. With that in hand, has begun production and shipment of Connected Pilot units.
Aspen Avionics held a news conference Tuesday morning to announce that they have received TSO approval for the Connected Pilot line of products. With that in hand, has begun production and shipment of Connected Pilot units.
ANN Editor in Chief Jim Campbell talks with EAA President and CEO Rod Hightower in the 2nd of a 5 part series, and then chats with former AOPA president Phil Boyer.
Don’t forget that we’ll be bringing you live coverage of Oshkosh again this year, with Daily Airborne Programs, Monday through Friday, July 23rd through 27th at 9PM Central Time. We hope you’ll join us.
Airborne 07.23.12 is chock full of info about the first day of Oshkosh 2012... Presented by Aero-TV veteran videographer and Airborne Host Ashley Hale, and supported by ANN CEO/Editor-In-Chief Jim Campbell, Chief Videographer Nathan Cremisino, and Aero-Journalists Tom Patton, and Glen Moyer.
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