Press Releases

The Chairman of the US Sport Aviation Expo, scheduled for January 20-23, 2011 at Sebring Regional Airport, Florida is pleased to announce that exhibitor response seems as good as or better than in years past. “We actually have a waiting list for inside exhibit spaces and have very few outside spaces remaining for the January show”, says Bob Wood, Expo Chairman. “The staff mailed out contracts about two weeks back and we are now starting to receive signed documents with payments. We will have a few cancellations, as that is normal, however any business not now with a contract should contact us without delay.”

Tecnam's P2008 composite light sport visits northern and southern California airports this November.
 
Watsonville, CA, October 25th, 2010 – During the first two weeks of November, West Coast Sport Aircraft, a regional distributor for the
Special Light Sport Aircraft (S-LSA) manufacturer Tecnam, will be demonstrating the P2008 advanced LSA at airports around the San
Francisco Bay and Greater Los Angeles area, culminating with the “Airportfest” display at AOPA Summit in Long Beach, California.

These words are often heard in a hospital setting, but not in the aircraft ground support world. Start Pac recently received an email from a long time customer in Canada with these exact words. "One of our pilots, Jack, was flying in northern Canada when he flew into a whiteout forcing him to land the helicopter on a desolate patch of ice. We had no idea where he was and for 3 days he was presumed missing.

Can aircraft owners live without water? STAY-SEALED Inc., a Lakeland, Florida based company says, “Yes!” STAY-SEALED has been researching and documenting this age-old problem of water/fuel contamination in general aviation aircraft. Ken Willaford, the company founder, as well as an aircraft mechanic/inspector for over 20 years, took on this problem by designing and developing a sealed fuel cap cover.

Since 1983, Bogert Aviation has manufactured general aviation products. Bogert Aviation is the cornerstone of The Bogert Group's family of companies providing innovative, streamlined solutions to industry.

Belite Aircraft has now updated several of its affordable, featherweight avionics, and is also offering two new instruments: a solid state gyro based Turn Rate Indicator, designed as an IFR backup instrument for experimental aircraft; and a new Air Speed Indicator with a greater speed range.

Kings Avionics, a 40-year old avionics facility based at Salt Lake City International Airport, announces the company has expanded from one Repair Station at its Salt Lake City base to two additional Repair Stations. The two new Repair Stations are located in Henderson, Nevada and St. George, Utah.

EAA AVIATION CENTER, OSHKOSH, Wis. — (Oct. 19, 2010) — EAA Young Eagles can now stay connected to the aviation world and enjoy a variety of benefits at no cost through the EAA Student Membership supported by Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University.