Press Releases

Peachtree City, GA – Aircraft Spruce & Specialty East will host its annual Super Sale on Saturday, May 22nd from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Our East Coast Facility is located at 452 Dividend Drive in Peachtree City, beside Falcon Field (KFFC). 


MADISON, Wisconsin (February 1, 2010) – Wisconsin Aviation proudly announces the promotion of Mr.

announced today the issuance of FAA-PMA (Federal Aviation Administration - Parts Material Authorization) on the popular Pro-G Hub.

Tel: (218)237-7825
FAA-PMA issued to Approach Fast Stack
March 05, 2010 – Park Rapids, MN
Aircraft Spruce realizes the need of a company to play a vital role in the responsibility of conducting business in an environmentally conscious manner.


You wouldn’t try to taxi out with a flat tire, would you? No. And you probably wouldn’t put low-grade fuel in that freshly overhauled engine. Right? Then why would you take off without taking a hard look at your seatbelt restraint system?

For Immediate Release2009

Lenoir City, Tenn. Fifteen years ago, PS Engineering revolutionized audio control in general aviation airplanes. At that time, the PMA6000-series took the audio panel from a collection of switches that were added as an afterthought, to a multitalented intersystem focal point for cockpit audio. Radio selection, cockpit communications and even music were seamlessly combined in the modern audio control panel.

Storybook Aviatrix Recounts her First Solo July 21, 2009, Aurora, Colorado – Powder Puff Pilot—a Denver-based web retailer that specializes in designing and selling products targeted to female pilots—announced the debut of its second children’s picture book, Claire Bear’s Fist Solo, written by Sue Hughes. The colorful, 40-page, soft-cover storybook features a pink-clad aerobatic pilot named Claire Bear (Ursus Aviatrix), who shares the trepidations and thrills of the first time she ever flew by herself—an event that every pilot remembers.
Sonex Aircraft, LLC to Feature New Airframe Concepts in Hornets' Nest Research and Development Pavilion FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE July 17, 2009, Oshkosh, WI Sonex Aircraft, LLC has added a new feature to its display for the 2009 EAA AirVenture Oshkosh air show: The Hornets’ Nest Research and Development Pavilion. The Hornets’ Nest will offer a glimpse into the future of recreational aviation featuring several Sonex and AeroConversions new product concepts, including three new airframe design proposals.
WICHITA, Kan. (July 13, 2009) – Hawker Beechcraft Corporation (HBC) this week conducted its inaugural flight of its T-6 avionics upgrade aircraft. The avionics upgrade variant is a derivative of the highly successful T-6A trainer that is currently operated by the U.S. Air Force, U.S. Navy, Hellenic Air Force of Greece, and NATO Flying Training in Canada.
Fort Worth, Texas – July 1, 2009. The blending of two passions, flying and music, has led to the birth of a new group called Flying Musicians Association, Inc. Founded by two pilot/musicians, John Zapp and Aileen Hummel, the group’s goal is to encourage, promote, educate and support these two passions among those who share them. “I have met several pilots who are also musicians or who share an interest in music. One goal of the Flying Musicians Association is to generate the desire and yearning for both amongst the young people. Often, all a young musician or budding aviator needs is encouragement,” said Mrs. Hummel.