Monthly Archives: January 2011

Photos from the EAA Skiplane Fly-In

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Despite some early morning scud that dropped the weather below VFR minima, Saturday developed into a spectacular day for flying.  After a breakfast spent waiting for the low clouds to burn off, 160AK and 230AK headed up to EAA’s Pioneer … Continue reading

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Freezin’ for a Reason

We’re always looking for new places to go and new adventures to have, so it comes as no surprise that we’re willing to fly 400 miles for a skiplane fly-in.  Yes, chili, soup, and hot chocolate are enough of a … Continue reading

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STC Showcase: Wing Ribs

Just like people, airplanes have skeletons too—and like humans, they give shape and structure as well as strength.  An airplane’s wing ribs provide the wing’s vital contours as well as support structural loads in flight.  If there’s one thing we’re known … Continue reading

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Super 18s to Appear at EAA Skiplane Fly-In

In the Midwest and looking for some winter fun?  Check out EAA’s skiplane fly-in this Saturday, January 22nd, at Pioneer Airport next to Wittman Field.  Chili, soup, and cake will be served in honor of Audrey Poberezny’s birthday, rain, snow, … Continue reading

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NEWS! New Kits Added to FAA’s Approved Kit List

Great news!  Ou Super 18-160-EXP and Super 18-LT-EXP have been added to the FAA’s list of approved amateur-built kits.  This is a huge value to builders because it ensures that the completed aircraft will meet the FAA’s 51% rule as … Continue reading

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