Added by Evan Stroup on June 12, 2013 at 4:13pm — No Comments
We want to know: what is the oldest aircraft you have flown?
Flying Cars...what are your thoughts? Is this an idea/concept that will someday actually "take off" in a real way?
Give us your comments below.
Added by Nancy Bouvier on June 3, 2013 at 11:38am — No Comments
Added by Bob Kimball on May 29, 2013 at 12:33pm — No Comments
Not to keep bringing up the sequester...but we have noticed that quite a few bigger air shows around the country have either been put on hold or canceled. Where any of these shows one that you participate in every year? Has this put a damper on your summer fly-in schedule? Or do you prefer the local pancake breakfasts? We want to hear from you with your thoughts, please submit them below.
The summer flying season is upon us. Have you made your first splash of the season? Furthermore, do you keep your floats on all year or take them off and put them back on seasonally? Please, tell us by submitting your comment directly below.
Added by AircraftOwner Online on May 7, 2013 at 2:58pm — No Comments
We have heard many stories of someone retiring and building that experimental they have always dreamed of crafting with their own 2 hands. Or the teams of volunteers who spend years helping a museum or nonprofit restore an old bird back to their former glory.
Share with us the aspirations you have to restore or build an…Continue
Added by AircraftOwner Online on April 24, 2013 at 10:13am — No Comments
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Added by Phiroze K. Cama on April 20, 2013 at 7:00am — No Comments
Do you have a cross country adventure planned for this summer?
We want to know: how many nautical miles will your adventure take you? Where will you start, stop along the way, and ultimately end up?
Added by Big Oil on March 16, 2013 at 6:44am — No Comments
SELLING MY IFR CESSNA 150 TO MOVE UP TO A 4 PLACE. email me @[email protected] for more photos and all info
Added by James R Kent on March 13, 2013 at 4:51pm — No Comments
Added by Kat Pattison on March 13, 2013 at 8:30am — No Comments
I am a current member of both the EAA and the AMA (modelers, not medical) and even though these two groups do rub elbows on some issues both stand for safety, consideration of the grounded people around us, and avoiding being legislated out of existance. We will never agree on every thing except that considerate use of our countries air space is part of living here. Discussion, even loud ones, between the people directly involved in flying will be better for all of use using the air for…Continue
Added by Geoffrey Pruett on March 7, 2013 at 10:36am — No Comments
WE WANT YOUR OPINION!
If there were ever a time to even consider trying to unite these two huge advocates of General Aviation, this would seem to be that time. The biggest question remains, are the interests of the members too divergent to ever let this happen? We should at least think about a merger of…Continue
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Added by AircraftOwner Online on March 1, 2013 at 11:30am — No Comments
If you could fly co-pilot with any historical aviator/aviatrix who would you choose, in what aircraft and why?
The greatest aircraft I have ever flown is the Huey (UH-1). As a Huey gunship pilot in Vietnam on my 1st tour, I fell in love with this remarkable machine. It can do anything you ask of it. It can take a hit and keep on ticking. Although the B-model was somewhat under-powered, we were still able to get her into the air on a hot high altitude day at DakTo. I felt that the Huey became part of me and I could make it dance. I'm sure other Huey drivers will feel the same as I.
Added by Lowell T Terzich on February 21, 2013 at 12:44pm — No Comments
I learned on 7AC Champ, C-150 and I bought a Piper 140. The low wing allowsme to see where I am going in a turn and one can fly some semblance of formation (I am a retired 4-F guy). But in retirement, we bought a Flight Desigh CTLS for several reasons wife liked the high wing and the low wings were too hot. So, there we are a high wing owner with a low wing body.
Added by Kenneth Nolde on February 6, 2013 at 5:33pm — No Comments
We want to know, do you prefer a high wing, low wing or bi-plane? Tell us which you choose and why below.
It's time for those of you who prefer the low wing and bi-planes to be heard, right now the high wing folks are dominating the comments... can we really continue to let that happen?