The Zenith Aircraft company is doing it again. An army of volunteers is assembling a kit plane over a one week period during the Oshkosh fly-in convention. Those of you who are familiar with homebuilt and classic aircraft of all sorts may have heard of “Oshkosh” – it is probably the biggest convention of pilots anywhere on the planet who meet annually to revel in aviation.
At the end of the week, Zenith Aircraft will fly the newly-constructed CH750, demonstrating once again why their kits have one of the highest completion ratios — they are designed to be simple to build.
Here’s a link to a web cam where we can watch the progress: