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Articles from The Aviation Consumer (June 1, 2008)

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Aspen evolution practical, affordable: while it might not exactly be cheap, you don't have to buy a half-million dollar airplane to have it. Modular design and in-depth engineering make it a winner. Anglisano, Larry; Bertorelli, Paul Product/service evaluation 3056
Clark complaint. Earl, Kenneth Letter to the editor 188
Credit where due. Rasberry, Stanley D. Letter to the editor 229
Datalink weather: WSI beats XM by a hair: both vendors provide the critical stuff well and reliably, but WSI leads on lightning, storm identification and icing products. Dennstaedt, Scott C. Product/service evaluation 1540
Diamond's double down. Bertorelli, Paul 642
How Ya figure that? Crume, Charles Letter to the editor 164
LED lighting upgrades: easy, reliable, expensive: changing over to LED exterior lighting is only worth the money if you have entire assemblies needing replacement and you just hate changing dead bulbs. Cavanagh, Jim 1376
Rescue me: Accusat is our top PLB: it's small light, strobe equipped and the price is right with 121.5 Mhz ELTs on the way out, any one of these gadgets can substitute for a 406 ELT--to a degree. Burnside, Joseph E. (Jeb) Product/service evaluation 2353
Robinson R44 a utilitarian and affordable four-place helicopter for the common man. Greenspun, Philip 3332
Tire trouble. Letter to the editor 451
Trouble at Thielert: will it kill diesels? probably not. Thielert still owns the market and here's why there are good reasons to think the company's bankruptcy may be a good thing. Bertorelli, Paul 1512
Turboprop singles: no one-size solution: you can have speed, or brawn or both, and often for greater economy than those little jets. Burden, Rick Product/service evaluation 3270
Zaon correction. Kearney, John Letter to the editor 130

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