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Glasair: Build an airplane in two weeks

Glasair's "Two Weeks To Taxi" program has been approved by the FAA. Pilots can now build their own experimental category "homebuilt" aircraft with the help of Glasair technicians inside of two weeks vacation time.


 


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Build it yourself
There is no greater joy than seeing an aeroplane you have built yourself take to the sky.





Supermarine Aircraft Factory Tour 2011
Bill Gunn, safety director for the Texas Department of Transportation - Aviation Division, receives an exclusive tour of the new Supermarine Aircraft Company factory located in Cisco, Texas. At the request of our government, CEO Michael O'Sullivan is opening this branch factory in Texas which will bring much needed economic stimulus to the Lone Star State. Better quality video





Glasair Turbine G-icbm
Glasair turbine starting up





GLASAIR III SPEED MACHINE
LOOPTV flight tests the two-seat kit-built Glasiar III. For more incredible flight tests and flying stories and of course aviation news: http://www.looptv.aero





RV4 - the making of - (Experimental Aircraft)
Process of building an experimental aircraft during the last five years in my garage. It's a long way to the top if you want an RV4.....Credits to my wife Andrea and Willi, the dog, for beeing still here, Pat the personal bucking bar for help and support, my parents for some extra grease, Klaus for infecting me with the RV-virus, Doug Reeves for his fanastic www.vansairforce.net community, Van for his great design and support, Georg for all the tools and for teaching me how to land this thing and all the others on the way. The experience of a lifetime!!





Building an airplane: from kit crate to flying
Kitplane builder collage of Zenith CH 601 HDS aircraft construction. http://www.zenithair.com





Glastar Sportsman 2+2 Aircraft Demo part 2 of 2
This is part 2 of 2 of the Glastar Sportsman 2+2 Aircraft demo video produced by Glasair Aviation (www.glasairaviation.com).





Aero-TV: Sub-Sonex "Teeny " Jet - Re-Engined and Ready for Flight Test
Even Smaller Than A Micro-Jet, 'Monnett's Madness' Has Produced Something Even Cooler Than Usual I think John Monnett is nuts... a pure, certifiable, grade-A, crazy-man... and in the best of all possible ways. His inspired madness has not only brought forth Jet: Re-Esome great airplanes that have furnished the necessary means (and yes, madness) by which hundreds, even thousands, of pilots (overall) have managed to keep their hearts, minds and bodies in the world of flight, but he shows NO signs of slowing down. And for that, aviation is a better (and more affordable) place. One of the most divinely inspired bits of craziness has led John to develop a teeny-tiny single-place jet airplane that will cost less to build and fly than most APUs used by the civil jet fleet. And better yet; the SubSonex single-place jet aircraft is about to resume testing. Following a series of initial high-speed taxi tests, the Sonex Aircraft Hornets' Nest Research and Development team determined that a review and modification of the aircraft design was necessary to achieve acceptable handling qualities for the average pilot. Due to the increased power offered by the new PBS TJ-100 engine selected for the SubSonex, it was determined that a tricycle gear configuration would be needed to increase yaw stability on the ground in the transition phase approaching takeoff speeds. Unveiled at AirVenture 2009 under the banner of the Hornets' Nest Research and Development program, the SubSonex jet was intended as an effort to study the feasibility and marketability of a small, single-place homebuilt jet aircraft. The SubSonex has attracted a tremendous level of interest from the public and aviation press, however, Sonex Aircraft, LLC has not yet decided if the aircraft will become an available homebuilt aircraft product. Following first flight of the aircraft and a full series of flight tests, Hornets' Nest designers plan to construct a second SubSonex prototype with a larger cockpit, enhanced landing gear system and other refinements to further evaluate the aircraft concept.





Building & Flying a Homebuilt Aircraft - Part 1
http://LNK.by/fj2ix - смотреть Порно инцест Онлайн Порно тетки Бесплатно пер





Aero-TV: The Lancair Factory - Where High Performance Begins
Kim Lorentzen Provides a Tour of Lancair's Redmond Facility As composite structures began to emerge in the late 1970s, Lance Neibauer's aviation interest quickly went from hobby to inspiration; having graduated with a BFA in Graphic Design, Neibauer believed he could develop a sleekly designed aircraft that optimized both performance and handling. The resulting Lancair 200 made its aviation debut in 1984, premiering for Oshkosh attendees the following year. Exhibiting such advancement, the Lancair 200 is now displayed at the Experimental Aircraft Association (EAA) Museum in Oshkosh, WI. The Lancair team became synonymous with innovative aircraft, including the Lancair 320/360, whose unprecedented design and beauty earned a display place at the New York Metropolitan Museum of Art. In 1993, Neibauer launched Pacific Aviation Composites USA (later renamed 'Columbia Aircraft'), eventually developing the type-certificated, piston single-engine Columbia 300. In February of 2003, Neibauer announced the sale of his kit company to Joseph Bartels. Since the sale, Bartels has led the company forward with Neibauers legacy, developing the new Lancair Evolution. Today the company offers seven Fastbuild kits: The Lancair Legacy Fixed Gear, Lancair Legacy, Lancair ES, Lancair ES-P, Lancair IV, Lancair IV-P, and the Lancair Evolution. Located at the Redmond, OR airport, Lancair International operates a 38,000 square-foot facility featuring full service maintenance and builder assist programs; the builder assist program allows Lancair customers to receive hands-on technical assistance and guidance throughout their aircraft build. Currently, the program is offered for all Lancair aircraft. Copyright 2010, Aero-News Network, Inc., All Rights Reserved. FMI: http://www.lancair.com/Main/, http://www.aero-tv.net, http://www.youtube.com/aerotvnetwork, http://twitter.com/AeroNews





SD-1 Minisport homebuilt ultralight aircraft
The aircraft conforms to FAI UL and LSA definitions. MTOM is 240 kgs (533 lbs). Maximum payload is 130 kgs (289 lbs). More infos on www.sdplanes.com.





Van's Aircraft Factory Tour
Van's Aircraft, in Aurora, Oregon, is the leading aircraft kit manufacturer for a reason. The company retains its dedication to total performance--from the aircraft, to the kit itself to customer service. KITPLANES editor Marc Cook recently visited the factory and here's his report.





My Home Depot Project Airplane
Showing some of the Home Depot projects done around my home including the beginning of a more ambitious project a real airplane. When complete the wingspan will be approx. 18 ft. Fuselage 14 ft. Power-plant will be 20-25 HP Briggs & Stratton. I intend to build it so that it is cheap to operate or repair. So far all materials have come from Home Depot.





T51 Titan Mustang Home built
To get your FREE LOOP aircraft magazine for the iPAD click the link http://itunes.apple.com/gb/app/loop-aviation-magazine/id465155026?mt=8 Owner, Dave Stephens was so enamoured with the P51 Mustang, the American WW2 icon that he decided to build his own of sorts, turning an intimidating pile of parts for a Titan T51 Mustang kit into a flying aircraft in impressive time doubly so, since it was his first kitbuild. For more go to http://www.looptv.aero





Amazing turbine STOL homebuilt airplane
This is Scott Ehni's custom Zenith CH701 airplane (that he scratch-built from plans) powered by the lightweight Garrett JFS 100-13A turboshaft engine, putting out at least 90 BHP at a prop speed of 3,100 rpm, burning about 12 gph. The small APU will work on almost any liquid that will burn. The best off-airport fuel choice is a mix of diesel and unleaded regular gas as it burns a bit cleaner. Awesome turbine jet engine sound on the experimental aircraft! Details on this custom engine installation: http://www.zenithair.com/misc/turbine-power.html Details on the Zenith STOL CH 701 plane: http://www.zenithair.com





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