UltraFlight Radio can now be found live on Tues

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Postby lazair » Tue Feb 17, 2004 6:40 am

UltraFfight RADIO - Every TUESDAY 10:00am Eastern Standard Time

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Tune into the only All-Ultralight Radio Show on the Internet For February 17, 2004!
and...

See Below for a Schedule of Ultralight Events!

UltraFlight Radio can now be found live on Tuesday mornings right here on the web at www.ultraflightradio.com at 10:00am Eastern Standard Time and 7:00am Pacific Time. But you don't have to hear it live to hear it!

You can also hear (previous shows) at the show archive. We make it convenient for you! This show will be found archived at www.ultraflightradio.com

We've got some great folks lined up this week for your listening pleasure, including:

Bill Fortney, Author of America from 500 Feet
Bill Fortney both flies trikes and is a professional photographer. He combined those skills to produce one of the best photographic art books to celebrate our kind of low level flight. Bill joins us to talk about aerial photography. You can learn more about his book at www.ultraflight.com/merchandise/books500Feet.asp.

Paul Hamilton, Adventure Productions
Paul Hamilton joins us to tell us about his Weather To Fly 2 DVD. Weather To Fly 2 For Sport Pilots with Paul Hamilton is a much needed instructional program on meteorology for light sport aviation and light sport aircraft. Paul tells us what went into the making of it. /www.ultraflight.com/merchandise/videos.asp, www.weathertofly.com/

Allison Bell, Powered Parachute Pilot
Allison Bell has an interesting story to tell and a request from listeners. Last fall Allison saw his powered parachute take off without a pilot. As Allison followed the aircraft on the ground, the day ended with the machine yet in the sky. His hope is that someone has found the machine since and is looking for the rightful owner. akclbell@yahoo.com

Tom Olenik, Olenik Aviation
When the show is live, Tom Olenik is ready to answer your four stroke and two stroke ultralight aircraft engine questions. Call them in at (888) 514-2100 or IM them in on AOL or Yahoo Instant Messenger to UFRadio. www.buyitsellitfixit.com

Jim Sweeney, NAPPF President and USUA Board Member
As we wait for the Sport Pilot NPRM to become the Sport Pilot rules, Jim explains the process with which aircraft are going to be certified as they leave the factory under sport pilot. If you have ever wondered how that process is supposed to work, tune in Jim's explanation.

If you have any questions you want to ask the guests or you have any of your own comments about a topic, please call the show toll free when we're live at (888) 514-2100. If you have a show idea or know someone that would be a guest on the show (that could be you!) Contact me at roy@easyflight.com

Hope you get a chance to listen in!

Roy


And if You Missed The February 10th Show...
You Can Still Get It In The Archives!

We archive shows for four to six weeks. But for your convenience, you can access segments from last weeks show straight from this email! Just click on the segment number.
If this is the first time you plan to listen to the radio show, you may need to download a copy of Windows Media Player. Don't fret, there are versions for the Mac, too!

Bill Patch, Gyro Pilot and Powered Parachute Pioneer
83 year old Bill Patch was flying powered parachutes well before anyone knew what they were. Like the very first powered parachute, Bill's machine was a gyro airframe converted to powered parachute use. Listen to stories from the very early days of the sport. (2/10/04)


Master Sergeant Leonard Richard, Illinois State Police
Master Sergeant Leo Richard is the Northern Commander of the Illinois State Police Air Operations Section. His areas of responsibility include several counties including Cook, Will, Dupage, Kane, Kendall, Whiteside and Kankakee (most counties north of Champaign, IL). He will talk about the Illinois State Police's role in investigating complaints of unsafe ultralight/aviation practices. (2/10/04)


Bob Comperini, United States Ultralight Association
Bob Comperini is the webmaster behind the usua.org web site. This very useful site is a great member resource and useful for anyone in the sport of ultralighting. Bob joins us to go through some of the features of the site. usua.org Fly-UL (2/10/04)


Tom Olenik, Olenik Aviation
Tom deals with several engine questions. A listener is concerned about an oil case leak on a Rotax 503. How do you keep an engine from over cooling on a liquid cooled engine? What is the proper way to set an oil injection system? What is the proper engine idle speed for setting the Rotax oil injection system? How to disable a Rotax oil injection system? The economics of buying used vs. new engines. When the show is live, Tom Olenik is ready to answer your four stroke and two stroke ultralight aircraft engine questions. Call them in at (888) 514-2100 or IM them in on AOL or Yahoo Instant Messenger to UFRadio. www.buyitsellitfixit.com (2/10/04)


Jim Sweeney, NAPPF President and USUA Board Member
We are in the middle of safety seminar season. Jim Sweeney attends many of them and helps organize the Illinois Ultralight and Light Plane Safety Seminar. He joins us to talk about how to organize a safety seminar and what to expect at the Illinois event. safety-seminar.com. (Part 1) (2/10/04)


Jim Sweeney, NAPPF President and USUA Board Member
We are in the middle of safety seminar season. Jim Sweeney attends many of them and helps organize the Illinois Ultralight and Light Plane Safety Seminar. He joins us to talk about how to organize a safety seminar and what to expect at the Illinois event. safety-seminar.com. (Part 2) (2/10/04)


Click Here to access older archives for the UltraFlight Magazine Radio Show.

If you have any problems accessing the audio files or the live show, check out the trouble shooting page.


Upcoming Ultralight Events!
If you have an upcoming ultralight related event that you would like to get on the schedule, email me with the event name, location, date, and contact information by clicking here. Meanwhile, check out the following events:

BFI Refresher Course
February 22, 2004. Puyallop, Washington State Fair Grounds. Sunday 8 AM to 10 AM upstairs in the Main Pavilion Building. Contact Grant Smith (425) 271-7464, GrantSmith@USA.com.

Illinois Ultralight Safety Seminar
February 28, 2004. Illinois Fairgrounds in Springfield, Illinois. Hosted by the Illinois Ultralight Advisory Council. www.safety-seminar.com

USUA Annual Meeting
February 28, 2004, Springfield, Illinois. Held in conjunction with the 24th Annual Illinois Ultralight Advisory Council (IUAC) Ultralight/Lightplane Safety Seminar. Events include a BFI Clinic/AFI Seminar, which will be held on Sunday, February 29, 2004. www.usua.org/Convention/2004/Convention2004.html

Indiana Ultralight Safety Seminar
March 13, 2004. Ivy Tech Aviation Maintenance Center located at Hulman Regional Airport (HUF). The seminar this year will be hosted by the Terre Haute Ultralight Club (USUA195) Contact: Dave Atlogic yankeesteel@aol.com or Lester Morrison lwmmx@ticz.com or check out http://thuc.evinger.com

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Postby ozzie » Wed Feb 18, 2004 4:15 pm

thanks for the tip on ultraflight radio.love the chit chat but the adds really win me. thanks ozzie
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