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Aircraft Spruce & SpecialtyThese live multimedia presentations are informative and interactive, allowing the presenter to use slides and audio, while audience members can ask questions, chat, or be polled for their opinion.

EAA gratefully acknowledges the support of Aircraft Spruce and Specialty Co. for their generous sponsorship of EAA webinars.

Registration is required, and space is limited. 

 

Date

Time

Title

Presenter(s)

10/17/18

7 p.m. CDT

Preparing for an IFR Winter Cross-Country
Qualifies for FAA Wings credit.

Gary Baker

 

Gary Baker will discuss preflight planning for a winter IFR cross-country flight across the Great Lakes region. He will also discuss in-flight decision-making while attempting to stay clear of icing in an aircraft not equipped for flight in icing conditions. Gary is an RV-6 builder, commercial pilot, and member of the EAA Homebuilt Aircraft Council.

10/23/18

7 p.m. CDT

How to Prepare for an Unknown Aerobatic Sequence

Jim Bourke

 

In aerobatic competition there are five categories; Primary, Sportsman, Intermediate, Advanced, and Unlimited. In the higher difficulty categories — such as Intermediate, Advanced, and Unlimited — competitors fly a published Known sequence; a freestyle they have created to suit their airplane and skills; and a third sequence, which is called the Unknown. Jim Bourke from the IAC will discuss the preparation needed for a pilot to adjust their practice in order to fly a sequence that they have never flown before.

10/30/18

7 p.m. CDT

Flying to the Bahamas
Qualifies for FAA Wings credit.

Mike Zidziunas

 

If flying to a beautiful and exotic destination is on your bucket list, this presentation is for you. Bahamas Flying Ambassador Mike Zidziunas answers common questions about the requirements, and discusses the risks and rewards of flying to the Bahamas. He will also help you choose the locations that best suit your needs.

11/7/18

8 p.m. CST

Operating Oversquare
Qualifies for FAA Wings and AMT credit.

Mike Busch

 

Many pilots of constant speed prop airplanes have been cautioned by their CFIs never to operate oversquare — with manifold pressure (in inches) above rpm (divided by 100) — in order to avoid overstressing and damaging the engine. This is dead wrong according to engine guru Mike Busch, who demonstrates that oversquare is approved by both Continental and Lycoming, and shows why it's precisely how these engines should be operated for maximum efficiency and longevity.

11/13/18

7 p.m. CST

Ray Aviation Scholarship- A Flight Training Fund for Your Chapter

David Leiting, Chapter Outreach Specialist

 

Through the generous support of the Ray Foundation, EAA will provide up to $10,000 to deserving youths for their flight training expenses, totaling $1,000,000 in scholarships annually. These scholarships will be administered by the EAA chapter network, to get former Young Eagles in the pilot’s seat. Join David Leiting from the EAA chapter office as he explains the details around the Ray Aviation Scholarship Fund, and how your chapter can become eligible to gift the magic of flight to youths in your area.

11/14/18

7 p.m. CST

Charting Your Course: Deciphering the VFR Sectional Aeronautical Chart
Qualifies for FAA Wings credit.

Prof. H. Paul Shuch

 

In use for innumerable decades, the primary resource for inflight VFR navigation remains the ubiquitous sectional aeronautical chart. In this FAA safety team WINGS qualifying webinar, seasoned CFI Prof. H. Paul Shuch will walk you through the sectional’s most frequently encountered symbols, and teach you how to interpret the chart’s sometimes confusing key.

11/21/18

7 p.m. CST

Tailwheel Flying Techniques
Qualifies for FAA Wings credit.

Glen Oliphant

 

This presentation will cover the basics of flying a tailwheel aircraft. Although some theory will be reviewed, the aim is to outline practical techniques as well as answering some of the age-old questions regarding flying a tailwheel aircraft such as, which is the better landing method to use: wheel or three-point. Glen Oliphant will identify common errors and provide suggestions for techniques.

11/28/18

7 p.m. CST

ADS-B: A Practical Guide For Pilots
Qualifies for FAA Wings credit.

John Zimmerman

 

Automatic dependent surveillance broadcast (better known as ADS-B) is quickly becoming a reality. Unfortunately, much of the information related to ADS-B is unnecessarily confusing. While ADS-B may be confusing, it’s probably the most important technological change you will experience as a pilot over the next two decades. So it’s worth the effort to learn this new language as the 2020 deadline for ADS-B Out equipage looms. Learn about the leading panel-mount ADS-B solutions plus the exciting developments in the portable market from Sporty’s ADS-B expert, John Zimmerman. We’ll cut through the jargon so you understand what’s important — and what’s not.

 

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