SEBRING, FL — National Rotax aircraft engine expert, Phillip Lockwood, returns early in the new year to the FAA Production Studio on the campus of Sun ‘n Fun Inc. His signature presentation, a computer slide show with dozens of detailed photos, has a solid track record of filling all seats. Exit interviews have shown those who attend feel they get a great deal of information from Lockwood.
"This is the perfect introduction to operating and maintaining the Rotax 912 series engines for pilots and mechanics,” says Lockwood, president of Lockwood Aviation Supply, the number one Rotax service center in North America. Besides the live presentation, FAA’s Lakeland, FL, studio has equipment to broadcast Lockwood’s talk to a large number of participating venues.
The Jan. 3, 2009, seminar is a free seminar hosted by the FAA Studio which has many times invited Lockwood to address the crowd as production studio officials know his talks are always eagerly anticipated. Lockwood will offer his insight into the best ways to maintain and operate the Rotax 9 series engines. All Rotax owners or operators may benefit by attending.
Lockwood will answer such questions as:
- How will the use of auto fuel containing alcohol affect the 912?
- What kind of maintenance is the owner of a SLSA legally allowed to perform?
- What qualifications & training are required to legally perform non-owner maintenance on SLSA?
- What is the best oil to use in the Rotax 912?
For more information or to reserve your seat visit www.faasafety.gov.