Last week, we asked whether the FAA should regulate builder assistance when it comes to homebuilt airplanes.
In a handy statistical coincidence, 51% of readers who answered our Question thought that as long as 51% of the work is done by the owner-builder, anyone else should be able to do the other 49%.
For the complete breakdown of reader answers, click here. (You may be asked to register and answer, if you haven't already participated in this poll.)
THIS WEEK'S QUESTION ***
The FAA says it's working to correct problems with the flight service station system that was contracted out to Lockheed Martin two years ago. It's submitted a report to Congress on what it plans to do, so we thought it timely to get an update from readers on how Lockheed Martin is doing.