About Us - EAI
Experimental Aircraft Info started when friends were asking me questions like: "I'm planning a flight to airport such and such on this or that date. Do you know where to find the latest weather en route and information for that airport ......?". I'm sure you will recognize this. Thus the idea for this website was born.
EAI aims to provide concise information on several interesting subjects for pilots and other aviation enthousiasts, thus refreshing once learned knowledge and not pretending to be a full fledged pilots course. The level is comparable to that of a commercial pilot license (CPL), where needed we will delve deeper explaining subjects further. Articles will be to the point and whetting your appetite for more, leaving you to study the topic further at your own pace.
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Anyway, have fun reading, flying, building and stay tuned for updates.
Yes, we're really licensed: JAA NL-PPL (A), FAA US-CPL (A), CAA NZ-CPL (A), RFI
Ratings: Single Engine Piston Land and Sea, Light Sport/Ultralight Aircraft, Night VFR, Aerobatics, Aircraft Whale Watch, Gas-Turbine, LPE-6
Certified A/C: Gippsland Aeronautics GA-8 Airvan, Beechcraft BE-36, Piper PA-28, Cessna C-150/152, Cessna C-172, ACA Citabria, Tecnam P2002 & P92-JS
Experimental A/C: DynAero MCR-01, Ultravia Pelican PL (Turbo 914, 912s), SMAN Petrel Amphibian
LSA A/C: Rans S-6S S-12, Condor TL-232, Tecnam P92(E), Pipistrel Alhpa Trainer/ Virus SW
Yes, we have been online for a decade now!
It has been a lot of work but we have enjoyed it to the fullest! We would like to say thanks to all our visitors who have made us grow and become the site we are now. Thanks guys and gals!
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