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CLASS "D" AIRSPACE  2-1-16 A recent article about Class D airspace cautions pilots about the variations in the outline of the Class D Airspace. He cautions that even up-to-date software for your MFD display may not be accurate and that you need to verify the map data with your sectional. It also gave an example of a Class D airspace in New York with its unusual circular segment. I think I would also be concerned about the Class B and Class C airspace. Below is a 3D depiction of the airspace referenced in the article...  more
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EAA 225 Meeting Tues Jan 12  1-11-16: EAA newsletter from Gerry Peterson:
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VFR In January 2016  1-6-16:   Finally the weather opens up for a little VFR flight conditions. At this time of the year, climbing out at Vx brings the airplane at a steeper angle than the usual climbout with the rate of climb indicator standing up straight at attention. Although it was a little quite on the ramp, hangar 5 was busy as ever with projects from putting new fabric on a Taylorcraft to replacing an engine on a Skyhawk. Something unique this year is being able to land at Hampton Airport without skis. 

Elixir Aircraft 12-31-15:  At first glance, it appears that another light sport aircraft company emerges with their bid for the light sport market. Although it has the earmarks of a low wing light sport, the designers of the Elixir appear to be looking for a different market. I've read articles of light sport manufactures doing things to lower the top speed and other features that keep the planes within the limits of the light sport definition. But for Elixir, they didn't put the limiting features on and created a small low wing 912 or 914 Rotax high performance two seater that cruises at 153 knots (176 mph). Wow! Now that's what I'm talking about...  "It's a high-performing two-seater airplane, crafted to appeal to the passenger experience with a unique wing structure, comfort and gains in payload, safety and costs. The aircraft’s first flight is expected to take place in mid-2016." It has a 29 gallon tank with a 617 lbs payload minus 174 lbs of fuel = 443 lbs of pilot and co-pilot. Note: A typical light sport would have 18 gals full tank with 374 cabin payload. Other features include 3.7 gal/hr at 65%, take-off in less than 980 feet, anti deflagration fuel tank, wide touch screen glass cockpit (Garmin), engine and propeller single lever control, parachute as standard equipment, no structural bonding operation, innovative box type structure, and an innovative Tablet dock.
 
 

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