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April 18, 2005

We Have A Winner!

His Plane Will Look Sharp!

GlaStar builder Herman Leong will be leaving Sun 'n Fun with a smile on his face. He won a custom graphics package for his airplane from AeroGraphics Design. The package is worth up to $1,800 in value, and can be either in applique or a paint mask format.

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AOPA Works To Help Older Pilots Get Insurance

AIG Aviation And Others Offer Better Terms

The AOPA Insurance Agency announced last week that AIG Aviation is making it easier for older pilots to get new insurance or to renew existing policies.

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Parade of Light Sport Aircraft Continues: Fantasy Air USA

Allegro 2000

ANN Correspondent John Ballantyne The Allegro 2000 is a conventional three-axis airplane with a T-tail powered by either a Rotax 912 or 912S. It is a two-place, tricycle gear airplane with a Kevlar-composite fuselageand an all-metal high wing with fuel tanks.

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Less Is Best


By ANN Correspondent John Ballantyne The first Skycycle was born in 1992 at Lookout Mountain Flight Park, Tennessee. Since then approximately between 150 and 175 people have bought one.

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Mark Your Calendars For SMXgig

Popular Santa Maria, CA, Event's 17th Year

What's SMXgig? Well, it's the snarky name for a fly-in that's been taking place for 16 years -- this is the 17th annual -- at Santa Maria, CA (SMX, get it?).

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AOPA Has A Commanding Presence At SnF

Sweet Plane!

AOPA had a tent and plenty of staff working to pay attention to their visitors. The 2005 Sweepstakes Commander 112A was on display for the crowds to admire.

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