Scott Clark, owner of Dragonfly Racing Drones, holds out his hand to land a small quadcopter drone after demonstrating it at the U.S. Sport Aviation Expo on Wednesday. The Sebring-based drone store plans to start holding drone races.
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Excerpted from AOPA.org The Tecnam P2010, a new high-wing four-seat single produced in Italy, is coming to U.S. shores at last after the FAA awarded the airplane’s Part 23 type certificate. Now, five aircraft waiting at the factory in Italy can be completed and shipped to the United States, and two more will be built for […]
Date: November 30-December 4, 2016 The HSR Classic 12 Hours of Sebring, Pistons and Props, Presented by Alan Jay Automotive Network, Debuts Next December at Sebring International Raceway. This will be a full-weekend event, a dual celebration of Sebring’s racing and aviation history. SEBRING, Florida (December 4, 2015) – The Historic Sportscar Racing (HSR) Classic […]
A grid of 66 cars and more than 100 drivers from around the world are expected at the circuit in Sebring, Florida, setting a new grid record at the end of a motorsport season to remember for Lamborghini.
Reserve your space in U.S. Sport Aviation Expo Event Program for the 2016.
Tecnam’s P2010, featured in the September 2015 issue of AOPA Pilot, has received certification in Europe for the Garmin G500 IFR avionics suite. The four-seat, high-wing aircraft is fully certified and priced at $345,000, an introductory price that is now permanent. The first delivery of the aircraft was in Europe in December 2014. The aircraft is […]
New this year, the Expo is offering exhibitors the opportunity to complete their registration online … simply visit www.sportaviationexpo.com/exhibitor-application/ to complete the application and make payment.
CitraPac broke ground on their new 37,000 square-foot manufacturing facility that will be constructed at Sebring Regional Airport & Commerce Park, add $14 million in capital investments, and create 240 jobs.
An approach by two military organizations drove Tecnam to launch an evaluation of a two-seat, single-engine jet aircraft for the trainer market, says Tecnam director of US sales Shannon Yeager.
Tecnam’s four-seat, high-wing, single-engine P2010 is making its U.S. debut at EAA AirVenture Oshkosh as the company works to dramatically expand its U.S. business.
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