Experimental Aircraft Association Chapter 725
Grants Pass, Oregon

Meetings on 1st Sundays, 2:00 p.m. @ Grants Pass Airport
Winter in FBO Classroom - Otherwise in Chapter Hangar

Dennis has been a licensed pilot for most of his adult life.  He completed this Kitfox in January of 2013, however delays in securing a Designated Airworthiness Examiner have kept him from taking his first flight.  He chose the 64 H.P. Rotax 532/582 UL engine which should yield a cruise speed of 75 mph.  Takeoffs and ladings should both average about 200' with its low stall speed of 35 mph.

Dennis has accumulated over 400 hours flying time in a very wide variety of aircraft including those he owned (the same Cherokee 140 three times, a Cherokee 180, Cessna 210, Twin Cessna 310, and a Piper Turbo Arrow) as well as soloing a Robinson helicopter and gaining time with friends in several others up to a DC-3.  Aside from local flying - mostly in the San Francisco Bay area, he's ventured to the Bahamas from Georgia in a Cessna 172 in his Army days.

Upon retiring, Dennis felt himself well prepared to build his own Light Sport aircraft, having help build two Teenie Two single-place experimentals with friends.                    

The exhilaration
of flying
is too keen,
the pleasure too great,
for it to be neglected
as a sport.

- Orville Wright