EAA AirVenture 2006: Podcast Wrap-Up for Monday, July 31 »

Rev engines? It's lighter than a TIO-540, comparable in power, turbine-like, and (according to the company's spokesman) an aircraft manufacturer is lined up. Hear the latest. Plus, Sport Pilot test pilot Jim Stewart was at the helm of the experimental Sport Jet when it cart-wheeled off the runway. Hear his story and future plans for the design. Piper Aircraft president Jim Bass talks about Piper's own light jet plans. And what about next year's AirVenture? EAA spokesman Dick Knapinsky gives a wrap-up of this year's major events and a look into EAA's crystal ball. More

EAA AirVenture 2006: "Live" Podcast for Saturday, July 29 »

Live from AirVenture, AVweb talks with the man who built a very capable airplane in 18 days. Marc Cook, editor of Kitplanes magazine, the first man to go through Glasair Aviation's Two Weeks to Taxi builder's program shares his experience. Then, preflight ADAM Aircraft's A500 with AVweb's Russ Niles. Hear how Jim Kaler has taken a career-ending injury and turned it into an inspiration (and charity) that takes paraplegics each step of the way toward becoming a licensed pilot, free. Finally, hear from Steve Sorge what it takes to be selected as the subject of an air-to-air photo shoot at AirVenture. More

AirVenture 2006 Photo Gallery #7: "Winding Down"? Not Us! »

The amazing F-22 took our breath away with its fantastic aerial maneuvers. We're willing to bet it'll do the same for you ... . (P.S., if fighter jets aren't your thing, we did visit a few more interesting sites on the AirVenture grounds today.) More

EAA AirVenture 2006: "Live" Podcast for Thursday, July 27 »

Garmin talks shop about its latest leading-edge glass and Chelton responds. A Swedish group tells how they took Diamond's DA42 across the Pacific and will continue around the world. Cirrus's Alan Klapmeier talks about his company's program that leaves buyers with a new airplane plus a CFII (for a year). ECI's Ed Salmeron explains the latest improvements his company's products add to aircraft engines. And you'll hear exactly how controllers at Oshkosh manage 2500 operations a day, both when things go right and otherwise. More