When I called AOPA Member, Dave Berenholtz to discuss catching up to see his Long EZ aircraft (pronounced 'EE-ZEE' because the 'yanks' pronounce things strangely), I was excited. I knew a few things about Dave, like that he had been some months full time on the project at Moorabbin Airport. And that he already had purchased a flying Long EZ some years before. But it's what I didn't know that totally floored me - this musician and ex guitar shop owner had never really built a thing in his life, and the aircraft was always destined to fly him around the world.
Courtesy: AOPA Australia. By AOPA Australia Digital Editor, NICHOLAS CHRISTIE.
The Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association of Australia (AOPA Australia) was founded in 1949 to speak as the unified voice for general aviation in Australia. Since then, AOPA Australia has grown to meet the ever changing needs of the aviation community becoming the recognised voice of general aviation in Australia.