We hope everyone arrived home safe and sound from Oshkosh. It was a wonderful week that verges on the edge of sensory overload! Lots of sights, sounds, smell (love that jet fuel!) and plenty of gastronomic delights. (Have you tried the cheese curds?) What better way to relax from the largest Aviation Show in the United States than to just sit back, watch some television (Olympics anyone?) and perhaps a few YouTube videos. Mr. C. Scott Hendry from Australia is a Legend 600
Just one more photo from Airventure 2016. This would be Mrs. Lombard (you know, Deon's better half.) :-) What's important about this photo is that Mrs. Lombard approves of the Legend 600. The easy entry seating (just sit on the seat and pivot your legs in), the individual ventilation and heater controls, and the "super comfy" seats mean that Mrs. Lombard may very well join Deon on those long endurance flights that the Legend 600 is capable of. Blue Skies, Mrs. Lombard!
Whew! Where did the week go? It felt like we just got here even though it was a week ago. The show was great. And the debut and first public showing of the US Spec Aeropilot Legend 600 went well. We had a lot of visitors, many repeat visitors, and gathered a lot of really positive feedback. Folks were amazed at the introductory pricing of the Legend 600, and our demonstrator did not disappoint with its well-optioned interior and the impressive performance. What was the p