Sebring’s U.S. Sport Aviation Expo has been postponed due to complications related to Hurricane Wilma. The Expo has rescheduled for January 12-15, 2006. Despite the weather situation, another significant Sebring airport news announcement is imminent. SPLOG will have more on this story soon. Sebring is home to the Expo, to Lockwood Aviation’s successful enterprise, and to the new CubAir Academy. It’s also home to Floatplanes & Amphibs (FP&A), the outfit that burst on the scene a couple years ago and has rapidly gathered momentum. FP&A has already taken over the Ukrainian Aeroprakt distributorship (Spectrum Aircraft’s John Hunter now works with FP&A) and the company represents Quicksilver, AirBorne trikes, Powrachute PPCs, and the Drifter which they’ve played a role in redesigning. But what’s coming is much bigger and this exciting news will be announced as soon as a new venue can be selected.
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