Phil Lockwood, president and CEO of Lockwood Aviation Supply, Sebring, Florida, and noted Rotax engine expert, will present a seminar on 4-stroke Rotax engine maintenance at EAA’s Boston-area Sport Pilot Tour Stop this Saturday. Lockwood’s one-hour presentation is scheduled to begin at 1 p.m. at the Lawrence Airport, Massachusetts.
Since 1992, Lockwood has devoted much of his time to developing and teaching improved operation and maintenance procedures for Rotax aircraft engines. His Lockwood Aviation Repair, also located in Sebring, is the only FAA-licensed repair station that specializes specifically in the repair and overhaul of Rotax Aircraft engines.
“Phil is a leading expert on Rotax engines,” said Ron Wagner, EAA manager of field operations and sport pilot authority. “We’re excited to have him come and speak to attendees at Lawrence.”
The tour stop begins at 9 a.m. and runs through the late afternoon. Featured will be several LSA on display, manufacturers representatives, EAA staff, and several seminars including an FAA Wings Safety Program. EAA’s Greater Boston Chapter 106 will host the event.