EAA AirVenture 2016

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Piper Adds Fuel-injected Archer Engine Option

The addition of fuel injection offers Archer buyers three engine options, including diesel and carbureted.

Cessna TTx Gets Nod from EASA

Latest approvals bring the number of countries that have granted certification to the high-performance piston single to more than 40.
Training and Workforce

Sonex Looks To Introduce Kitbuilt Aircraft to China

Kitplane maker Sonex in partnership with local Chinese companies, hopes to provide a boost to the Asian country's general aviation segment.
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Cirrus Finishing F&R Flying on SF50 Vision Jet

The company noted that it is very close to receiving FAA certification for the jet.
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Training and Workforce

Redbird Offers New Enhancements to Training Products

The flight training simulator provider offers a full slate of aviation activity at the show.

Martin Mars Makes a Big Splash at AirVenture 2016

The massive airplane is parked near the EAA Seaplane Base on Lake Winnebago, just a few miles east of the main fly-in grounds.
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EAA, Dynon Build on Partnership with Expanded STC

Announced this spring, the STC now includes the 7-inch EFIS-100 and covers additional Cessna and Piper models.

Evolution Builders Opting for True Blue Li-on Battery

The new TX16 lithium-ion battery offers a 45-percent weight savings over comparable lead-acid or nickel cadmium batteries.

Flight Resource Unveils New MT 'Ultra' Two-Blade Prop

Taking on the Hartzell Traiblazer, the propeller is being certified for certain Aviation, American Champion and Cessna aircraft.

ATP Places Order for 12 More Aircraft from Piper

The flight school will receive 12 Archer TXs from Piper Aircraft.