Do you still need to add ADS-B capability to your aircraft? The rebate is BACK! Per the latest FAAST Blast:
"The FAA is offering $500 rebates to owners of fixed-wing, single-engine piston aircraft with the purchase of avionics that have received an ADS-B Technical Standard Order authorization and meet ADS-B Out requirements. The program ends 10/11/19 or when all rebates have been claimed. For step-by-step instructions on how to reserve, validate, and claim your ADS-B rebate, read the FAA Safety Briefing article “Show Me the $$” at: http://bit.ly/adsbrebate. You can read this and more ADS-B related articles in our Jan/Feb 2019 issue at 1.usa.gov/FAA_ASB".
Tom LeGates 5/14/19
Do you ever wonder if you ADS-B unit's performance is up to snuff? If you would like to verify that your ADS-B installation is working correctly, you can obtain a free performance report on your ADS-B signal from the following website: https://adsbperformance.faa.gov/PAPRRequest.aspx
Tom LeGates 3/6/18
On our monthly fly-out in November to Watertown, WI, we discovered the Perkins restaurant adjacent to the airport is closed. There is a nice restaurant called 'The Spot' which is about 1 mile north on RT 26. In nice weather a nice walk from the airport, or use the crew car if available.
Tom LeGates 11/27/17
From Ole 6/20/2017......
I flew to Milwaukee’s Timmerman Airport today with George Haupt and George Roby.
The FBO there now charges a $ 10 parking fee, - they call it Ramp Fee – this is new, never did that before. The fee is waived if you buy at least 10 gallons of fuel. Present price is 4.28 per gallon.