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Join our group and discuss (LSA) Light-Sport Aircraft and the Sport Pilot license. Please ask questions. Talk about anything related to Light-Sport Aircraft and the Sport Pilot license..
Model Airplanes, Books, Videos, Art and More! Find thousands of Aviation, Military, Civil, World I and World War II items and gifts.
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A documentary about Crew 713 - The men who flew the B-24 Liberator, Irishman's Shanty
Avery Tools is located on Hicks Airfield (T-67), 411 Aviator Drive, Fort Worth, Texas 76179. We have a 3500 sq ft. facility conveniently located on Hicks Airfield for fly-in or drive-in customers.
We are proud to offer over 150 items of interest to pilots and builders of experimental and general aviation aircraft.  All of them have been personally tested on our own planes to make certain that they do a great job at a great value.
As a member you are now entitled to unlimited access to all Ultralight Flying! Pilot Reports plus all other reports from magazines like EAA Sport Pilot, GA News, Kitplanes, Experimenter, and Hang Gliding.
Thinking of building a plane? Build a biplane! We are here to support your endeavours! With todays internet medium, coupled with excellent builder's support from this site, there has never been a better time to take the plunge into building your dream.
The radio talk show about the fun of airplanes and flying.
This Low Flying Aircraft metal sign measures 12 inches by 12 inches and weighs in at 1 lb(s). This metal sign is hand made in the USA using heavy gauge american steel and a process known as sublimation, where the image is baked into a powder coating for a durable and long lasting finish.
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