The Inn On The Lakes will return as the official Sponsor hotel for the 2017 U.S. Sport Aviation Expo, set for January 25-28. Expo Executive Assistant, Beverly Glarner, confirmed that the hotel, conveniently located on Highway 27 and just minutes from historic downtown Sebring, will again offer special rates for Expo guests and exhibitors.
We want you back! We Promise You a Good Time. (And Free Stuff!) EVERY VOLUNTEER GETS: A Fabulous Expo T-Shirt An Expo Thermos Cup: The super nice kind Every volunteer is automatically entered to win: A SPA Day at The Studio (2 winners) Please call 863-655-6444 x120 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to let us know you’re “in” for
Expo is pleased to have Lou Mancuso presenting his forum titled: “Light Sport Buying & Flying Tips By Lou Mancuso, The Landing Doctor”.
Aviation safety speaker and AOPA columnist, Rod Machado will be one of Expo’s Keynote Speakers for 2017. As the author of numerous flight-training textbooks, including Rod Machado’s Sport Pilot Handbook, he knows a thing or two about learning to fly. Rod will also be presenting two programs on Thursday, January 26, and two programs on Friday, January 27.
Rapid Systems, Inc. based in Tampa, FL has just signed on as the exclusive communications sponsor for Sebring’s Sport Aviation Expo for January 25-28, 2017.
“World Fuel Services is excited to be a sponsor for the 13th annual Expo event,” stated Wesley Earl, Aviation Sales Manager, World Fuel Services. About World Fuels World Fuel is a global leader in fuel logistics, specializing in the marketing, sale and distribution of marine, aviation and land fuel products and related services. Learn More
February 1, 2016, Sebring, FL—The U.S. Sport Aviation Expo will begin plans for 2017 with a new Director as Jana Filip has moved on to new opportunities and increased family time. Sebring Regional Airport (SRA) Executive Director Mike Willingham said, “SRA appreciates Jana’s dedication to the event over the past five years.” This year’s event
By Mary Jones and Marino Boric “May you live in interesting times.” Jack Hodgson quoted that Chinese saying when he opened this year’s industry panel discussion on Thursday afternoon, and ironically that saying proved to be the “theme” for the rest of Expo 2016. Following a successful opening day on Wednesday (see Wednesday’s report), Thursday
The Expo will operate on its normal schedule on Saturday. Gates will open at 9 a.m. and close at 4 p.m. as originally planned.
The U.S.Sport Aviation Expo is closed for the day because of threatening weather. Ticket sales are suspended per the direction of the Sebring Airport Executive Director. A decision will be made at 1 p.m. today regarding activity for tomorrow, Saturday, January 23. EAA Chapter 1240’s banquet will be held as scheduled this evening at the