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Zenith Aircraft to Close out Homebuilders Week

Free EAA Webinars End this Friday

Zenith Aircraft's Sebastien Heintz and Roger Dubbert will be hosting one of the webinars offered for EAA Homebuilders Week, holding their course this Friday, January 26.

The duo will discuss recent changes at Zenith, like its expanded production facilities in central Missouri. Heintz is always a good leader for discussions surrounding the family firm's product lineup, particularly while their popularity remains at an all-time high. Heintz and Dubbert will go over the newest changes in the Zenith lineup, including their engine, avionics, and kit options for 2024. Those looking to window shop or build their own would do well to register for the free webinar.

The event comes courtesy of the Experimental Aviation Association's Homebuilders Week online event, a battery of presentations and webinars surrounding a number of topics in the sport plane and homebuilt space. Some courses even provide FAA WINGS credit, for those participating in the program.

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