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The event drew nearly 563,000 people and 2,855 showplanes.
Medical reform, new technology and data initiatives were topics addressed by FAA Administrator Michael Huerta at EAA AirVenture 2016.
Quest has expanded its facilities and will soon start constructing its own paint shop.
The manufacturer also displayed the aircraft at EAA AirVenture.
In service for half a century now, the turboprop engine's makers are looking ahead to its centennial.
Film is scheduled to debut in 2017-2018 school year.
John Mininger has flown 750 children as part of the EAA Young Eagles program.
The long-time kit airplane manufacturer is refocusing on the fast-selling Evolution piston and turbine models.
Aspen is certifying a software upgrade for display of ADS-B IN weather data, and MD Helicopters picked Aspen MFDs for new single-engine MD models.
The modified wing, the LAM Aero System, improves performance the company claims.