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July 11 ** 2nd Friday Event - Lonoke, AR - Country Air Estates (1AR9) 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM 92nd West Aviation will host a recurring Hot Dog cookout at their T hangars the 2nd Friday each month.  Come and enjoy good dogs and hangar talk.  Fly in or Drive in. Donations go to improve the field.  email apdlox@gmail.com July 12 – Carlisle, AR – Carlisle Municipal Airport (4M3) EAA Chapter 122 UL will host a Fly-in / Drive-in Breakfast 8:30 – 11:30 AM. This is a recurring event on the second Saturday of each month. Come to socialize and have a very good meal for a modest donation.  For additional information go to: eaaul122.org July 12 – Shell Knob, MO – Turkey Mountain Airport (MO00) Omelet-In-A-Bag fly-in 9:00 AM – Noon $5.00 per person. For additional information call: Judy at 417-858-6345; Cell 417-671-1832 http://www.turkeymountainairport.com July 19 – Branson, MO – Branson Airport (KBBG) 12:00 Noon – 4:00 PM ...

Tomlinson Avionics July 19, from 10 am on there will be information from Aspen, Garmin and other manufacturers concerning the current 2020 Mandate from the FAA about all planes flying into Class A, B, C, E air space will have to have ADS-B equipment.  This mandate and the impact on General Aviation will be discussed.  In order to fly into those Class airspaces it could take $10,000 plus additional equipment in your plane…  Tomlinson Avionics in Pine Bluff (KPBF) will provide a lunch after the discussion on ADS-B.  They are located on the field at KPBF.  Mark your calendar for July 19, 2014.  If you have questions before the event call Jerry at Tomlinson Avionics 800-515-3280. This event is being sponsored by Tomlinson Avionics, EAA chapter 1388 and the FAA. There is no cost for the seminar that starts at 10:00 am, but the EAA Chapter will have Breakfast at their hanger at 08:00 for $7.00 and after the seminars at about ...

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The new issue of FLY-LOW has just arrived at airport across the entire fifty states.  Our cover features Buck Roetman at the Dillon Air Show....  Eagle photo provided by Jim Gaston and the air shots by Steve Nelson....

Density altitude at six-thousand feet can be deadly for anyone, try performing an air show with ground level near 10,000 msl and density altitude at 13,000 feet msl.  FLY-LOW attended the yearly air event and will share photos at this time.  More to come in our July issue.  Gary Rower, our June cover story and cover feature, headed up the line-up. ...

Check out the June issue. FEATURE STORIES include Gary Rower, aerobatic performer...History of a Gate Guard...The Western New Mexico Heritage Museum (story in the next post)...  FYI: Aviation Accident reports by the NTSB...  North to Alaska...  Plus many more.  Pick up your copy free at most FBOs in the USA or subscribe by selecting the subscribe button on right....

CLICK ON TITLE ABOVE TO READ COMPLETE POST, TO VISIT MUSEUM WEBSITE CLICK ON IMAGE AIRWAYS MUSEUM AFTER GOING TO THE POST. The Western New Mexico Aviation Heritage Museum   By Steve Owen It all started with Charles Lindbergh - the face of American aviation progress after 1927.  A new airline was proposed in 1928 to enhance passenger service and win profitable airmail contracts across the country. With a northern-plains airmail route just established from the East to San Francisco, a more practical all-season central airway was sought between New York and Los Angeles. By combining daytime flights with nighttime express rail service, the new airline, Transcontinental Air Transport (TAT), would cross the nation from coast to coast in just 48 hours.  TAT joined with both the Pennsylvania and the Santa Fe railroads to provide a seamless plane-train travel experience that would combine luxury and speed.  It was Charle...