Smitty's RV-9A - Experimental Aircraft from Van's Aircraft The RV-9A from Van's Aircraft 2005 EAA
Sport Pilot Tour (TKI)
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Welcome to the 2005 EAA Sport Pilot TourWelcome to the 2005 EAA Sport Pilot Tour
On November 12th, 2005, the EAA held its Sport Pilot Tour at Collin County Regional Airport in McKinney, Texas. A very large crowd came in spite of bad weather and wind. Here Joe Norris (EAA Senior Aviation Specialist) is giving a talk about the new Sport Pilot Certification and its requirements.
Welcome to the 2005 EAA Sport Pilot Tour The Aircraft on Tour Breezer Ikarus (exterior view) - Sportplanes.com Breezer Ikarus (interior view) - Sportplanes.com TL Ultralights - Sting Sport (exterior view) TL Ultralights - Sting Sport (interior view) TL Ultralights - Sting Sport (another interior view)
IndUS Aviation - Sky Skooter (exterior view) AveoUSA - Gryf Air - Sport Rider (exterior view) Aveo USA - Gryf Air - Sport Rider (interior view) LightSportFlying.com - (Aerostar) Festival (exterior view) LightSportFlying.com - (Aerostar) Festival (interior view) Airtime Aviation Flight Design - CT SW (exterior view) Airtime Aviation Flight Design - CT SW (interior view)
SportPlanes.com - C42 American Legend Cub (exterior view) American Legend Cub (interior view) Sport Aircraft International Evektor SportStar (exterior view) Sport Aircraft International Evektor SportStar (interior view) Jabiru USA - J250 (exterior view) Jabiru USA - J250 (interior view)
RANS Inc. S-7S Courier (exterior view) Rans Inc. S-7S Courier (interior view) Signing up people for the EAA! Getting ready to serve up them Burgers and Dogs! Learning more about your local EAA Chapters
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