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History of Rotax and BRP
History of Rotax and BRP
Date and Time:
Saturday, February 17, 2018, starting at 10:00 Eastern Standard Time Download Calendar File
Dean Vogel
Brief Description:

The current aircraft engines and some of their specifications

    •    The features that make the Rotax engine unique among other aircraft powerplants

    •    Where to find important documentation and other information

    •    Fuel system

    •    Oil System

    •    Cooling System

    •    Ignition System

    •    Question and Answer Period

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Location of Seminar:
Sebring Regional Airport
128 Authority Lane
Sebring, FL 33870
Directions to Venue:

From the N, head S on Hwy 27 till you reach the junction of 27 and 98. Turn left. Follow for approx 2 miles, the FBO is on the left.

From the S, head up 27 N through Lake Placid, till you reach the junction of 27 and 98. Turn R. Go approx 2 miles, the FBO is on the left.

The Runway Cafe restaurant is open from 8-2:30. 

Discount fuel tickets will be given to you if you fly in upon registering for the seminar. 


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Fly-in Seminar?:
Yes  SEF
40 seats at the facility, 22 remaining for online registration.
Registration Information:
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Sponsoring Division:
Orlando FSDO FAA Safety Team
Contact Information:
Phone: (813) 966-3055
Additional Event Information & Acknowledgement of Industry Sponsor(s):

Dean Vogel is a 1982 graduate of the USAF Academy.  He spent a total of 14 years in the Air Force maintaining and flying jets.  He then worked 13 years with Cirrus Design, helping to take the company from 10 employees to 850.  While there he led the company’s interface with all the technology players that resulted in the runaway success that their product enjoys.  Presently, he is teamed with Lockwood Aviation in Sebring Florida to provide training aimed at the Light Sport market.  He and Phil Lockwood are featured in an ASA produced video that introduces operators and maintainers to the Rotax Aircraft Engine, and there are more videos on the way.

Equal Access Information:
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Credit Applicability:
1 Credit for Basic Knowledge Topic 3
½ Hour Total for AMT
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