2023 Zenith Homecoming Open Hangar Days and Fly-In: September 15 & 16

Thank you to everyone who visited and participated at the 2023 Zenith Homecoming / Open Hangar Days & Fly-In,
making this 32nd annual event the best one yet!



You're invited to the 2023 Zenith Homecoming
/ Open Hangar Days and Fly-In on September 15 & 16, 2023 in Mexico, Missouri.   [Last updated: 9/12/23]

This will be our 32nd annual event at the kit aircraft factory in Mexico, Missouri!

Plan now to join us at the Zenith HOMECOMING OPEN HANGAR DAYS and Builder Fly-In on both Friday and Saturday, September 15 & 16, 2023.

As in past years, we are planning educational and fun (including flying) activities over two full days at the factory at Mexico Memorial Airport (KMYJ) Fly-in or drive in for the activities! Note: if you are planning to attend for only one day, we recommend Saturday as the best day to visit.

Check out the video below summarizing last's year's event:

We'll have numerous activities for both builders and pilots of Zenith kit planes (as well as all aviation enthusiasts) starting on Friday morning. There will be new seminars and workshops (see below), and a Zenith "banquet" bbq dinner on Friday evening, and a fried-chicken dinner late Saturday afternoon right at the factory!

We thank the following sponsors and participants (subject to change and update as we near the event):

 
All indications are that we'll have a great turnout this year once again.
Please bring your own portable folding chair(s).

The free seminars and workshops presented at the Zenith Homecoming are a great way to learn about Zenith Aircraft and all of the options to choose from when building and finishing your own airplane. Plan to attend all day Friday for the seminars, especially if you're a Zenith builder or flyer (or planning to become one). If you've already built your Zenith airplane, consider participating on one of the panel discussions or hosting your own seminar (focusing on a specific topic of interest to fellow builders and flyers).

2023 Zenith Aircraft Homecoming: Schedule of Events (Last updated 9/12/23. Times and topics subject to change):


Friday, September 15 at Mexico Memorial Airport

7:00 am - Coffee Bar by K&S Aviation Services (Zenith transition training): coffee, tea, and all of the fixings
7:30 – 9:00 am Pancake breakfast, prepared by EAA Chapter 944, compliments of Wheels and Wings (professional builder assistance by Herman Eshuis)


Seminars and workshops. Starting at 9 am. Download and view the events schedule (subject to change and revision without notice).

  • Zenith Factory Tour: Travis Kobush, Zenith Aircraft's production manager, will guide visitors through the Zenith kit aircraft factory for an "insider's look" at how these aircraft kits are produced.
  • Ongoing Airworthiness for your Zenith: Matt Heintz, Zenair (Canada) manager, will share valuable information about ongoing airworthiness and construction standards for Zenith aircraft (On the ramp by the Zenith hangar)
  • Introduction to Building your own Zenith: Introducing the Zenith kits! Learn about getting started on your own Zenith kit project. Overview of the kit, with Q&A about building your own Zenith. (Zenith hangar)
  • FAA MOSAIC and Government Issues Update. Charlie Becker from EAA will discuss the latest FAA/governmental issues affecting Zenith builders and owners, including MOSAIC, task based phase 1 flight testing, LODA, Basic Med and fuel issues. (Dynon Hangar)
  • Corvair Engine: Check out Corvair automotive conversion components, see Corvair installations in Zeniths and learn more about light aircraft engine operations. William Wynne (On the ramp by the Zenith hangar)
  • Panel Discussion: "So, you want to build an airplane?" Specifically for first time builders and enthusiasts, a moderated yet informal panel discussion about building (and flying) your own airplane. (Zenith Aircraft Hangar)
  • ULPower Engines: Learn about the popular ULPower engines and about their installation and operation in Zenith aircraft. Herman Eshuis and Ray Lawrence, ULPower (in front of Zenith hangar)
  • Garmin Experimental Solutions for Zeniths: A factory rep from Garmin International will discuss Garmin avionics solutions for Zenith kit aircraft offered through Zenith. (Dynon Hangar)
  • Panel Discussion: Instrument panels. Builders/pilots talk about creating a customized instrument panel that will suit your needs and style. (Zenith Hangar)
  • Zenith.Aero, online community for active Zenith builders and flyers: Moderator John Austin will provide an overview of the resources available on the Zenith.aero website. www.zenith.aero (Dynon Hangar)
  • Women's Introduction to Aircraft Building workshop: Val Westedt (who has already built and flown her own Zenith) has volunteered once again to teach a workshop just for aspiring women airplane builders. (Zenith hangar workshop area)
  • Painting your Zenith aircraft: The fastest way to the best results: With over 40 years of experience, Mike Loehle, of Loehle Coatings, will discuss and demonstrate painting your own all-metal Zenith aircraft (Zenith Hangar)
  • Aircraft Engine Oil Analysis. Larry Nelson of Lab One Inc. will discuss the importance of oil analysis and preventive maintenance practices. (Dynon Hangar)
  • Panel Discussion: Paint/Polish/Wrap your Zenith aircraft, Builders discuss the most popular methods for putting a “finish” on your Zenith aircraft. (Zenith Hangar)
  • Viking Engines: Jan Eggenfellner will discuss the Honda-based Viking Aircraft Engines, and show the engine installed in a Viking powered airplane (in front of the Zenith Hangar)
  • Aircraft Insurance: Scott “Sky” Smith (SkySmith Insurance) will be discussing what’s happening in the aviation insurance market regarding experimental aircraft, pilot health, aging pilots (Zenith Hangar)
  • Hand Painting Your Airplane: Roll and Tip Method, by Steve Auperle who painted his own CH 750 Cruzer by hand. (In front of the Zenith factory)
  • Second (and subsequent) Owners of Zenith kits and flying airplanes: Discussion and information useful to owners of "used" Zenith homebuilt aircraft.
  • Factors in Choosing the Right Propeller for your aircraft, presented by ‎Gaetan Fouozing, DUC Propellers
  • ENGINE Panel Discussion: Engine company representatives, owners and pilots of various Zenith aircraft will discuss the specific engine they are flying behind in their Zenith, and will share their experiences regarding installation, maintenance, performance, and more! (Dynon Hangar)

5:00 - 7:30 pm (or later) Zenith Builders Banquet Dinner: Informal BBQ buffet dinner (served by Pig Up & Go) gathering of Zenith enthusiasts, builders & pilots on the ramp in front of the Zenith Aircraft factory, starting around 5:00 pm. Cash bar opens around 4:30 pm. Updates from Zenith (with special guests) presented after dinner. Awesome door prizes, and more! Purchase your dinner tickets online or in the Zenith office. Stay for after-dinner music and camaraderie!

Saturday, September 16 at Mexico Airport (Tentative Schedule. Times and topics subject to change)

The Saturday events at the Zenith factory include self-guilded Zenith factory tours, hands-on building projects inside the factory, Zenith aircraft on display in the air and on the ground, great food, and fun contests for our visitors to enjoy, along with educational seminars throughout the day. Stay for the late afternoon fried chicken dinner and awards ceremony starting a 4:00pm. Note that some of the presentations on Saturday are repeat seminars from Friday. This allows visitors to sit in on presentations even if they are scheduled at the same time as other presentation.

7:00 am - Coffee Bar by K&S Aviation Services (Zenith transition training): coffee, tea, and all of the fixings
7:30 – 9:00 am Pancake breakfast, prepared by EAA Chapter 944, KITPLANES magazine and AVEMCO aviation insurance


Seminars, workshops, and activities.

  • Zenith Factory Tour: Travis Kobush, Zenith Aircraft's production manager, will guide visitors through the Zenith kit aircraft factory, including a sneak-peek at the Zenith expansion currently underway (Zenith Hangar)
  • Design and construction for your Zenith: Matt Heintz, Zenair (Canada) manager, will give valuable information involving ongoing airworthiness and construction standards for Zenith aircraft (On the ramp by the Zenith hangar)
  • Scratch-building your own Zenith: Learn about the skills and tools needed to scratch-build your own Zenith just from the Drawings and manuals. Presented by Clint Gosch, a Zenith scratch builder (Dynon Hangar)
  • Panel Discussion: STOL Flying and Competitions. Multiple STOL pilots discuss the skills necessary for operations with flying off-airport. Also, what does it take to get involved in STOL competitions and demonstrations (Zenith Hangar)
  • Transition Training: Kevin Purtee (of K&S Aviation), will share details about transition training in Zeniths. (Dynon Hangar)
  • Zenith Aircraft Show: Public and Zenith builder judged aircraft show (like a car show, but with Zenith airplanes) with fun categories and great prizes. Pick up a voting ballot and vote for your favorite Zenith – check out the planes on the ramp and meet with the pilot/builders. (Airplane owners: Register your Zenith at the gazebo outside of the Zenith factory hangar all day Friday or on Saturday morning).
  • 10:50 am: Annual "Group Photo" of builders and their planes in front of the Zenith factory.
  • Introduction to Building your own Zenith: Introducing the Zenith kits! Learn about getting started on your own Zenith kit project. Overview of the kit, with Q&A about building your own Zenith. (Zenith hangar)
  • Painting your Zenith aircraft: With over 40 years of experience, Mike Loehle, of Loehle Coatings, will discuss painting your all-metal Zenith aircraft with the fastest way to the best results: (ULPower Hangar)
  • Avilution Avionics, by Avilution. Learn about the popular “Un-Panel” glass panel display used in the STOL CH 750 Super Duty (Airport terminal building-FBO)
  • Panel Discussion: YouTube video creation. Meet with popular YouTubers with discussions on camera mounting/hardware, editing, and and more! How to get started with tips and tricks. Q&A Panel (Zenith Hangar)
  • Beyond the Build: What You Need to Know. There are lots of things besides drilling and riveting that you need to know when building your own aircraft. Charlie Becker from EAA will walk you through the “other stuff” like in process inspections, builders logs, FAA paperwork, taxes, insurance, and much more. (ULPower Hangar)
  • STOL and Flying Demonstrations: Short Take-Off and Short (Precision) Landing as well as other flying demonstrations, at Mexico Memorial Airport (weather permitting) WHO??
  • Garmin Experimental Solutions for Zeniths: Factory rep from Garmin International will discuss Garmin avionics solutions for Zenith kit aircraft offered through Zenith. (UL Power Hangar) (Brad will not attend but he is sending someone else to attend)
  • Aircraft Insurance: Scott “Sky” Smith (SkySmith Insurance) will be discussing what’s happening in the aviation insurance market regarding experimental aircraft, pilot health, aging pilots (Airport terminal building-FBO)
  • Panel Discussion: New Pilots talk about getting into flying. Meet some of our newest (both young and old) pilots. Learn how they got started and get tips for training, flying, and transitioning into Zenith flying. (UL Power Hangar)
  • Insuring your Zenith: What you need to know. Avemco ?? will discuss the common questions regarding the hot topic of aircraft insurance with our Zenith flying (Zenith Hangar)
  • Viking Engines: Jan Eggenfellner, Viking Aircraft Engines (in front of Zenith Hangar)

4:00 - 6:00 pm (or later!)

  • Fried Chicken Dinner, in front of the Zenith Aircraft factory. Cash bar opens at 4:00 pm, dinner starts at 4:30 pm. Awards will be presented following the dinner. Stay for after-dinner music
    Purchase your dinner tickets online or buy your tickets at the Zenith office.
  • Cleco Contest @ 4:30 pm: With the dinner crowd watching and cheering you on, show off your cleco skills! Join in on the fun! Sign-up sheets will be available with a limited number of contestants allowed. (Zenith Hangar)

 

The banquet dinner will include special presentations, and there will be some fantastic door prizes from our valued sponsors and vendors! Purchase your dinner tickets now

On the ramp at Zenith Aircraft company and Mexico Memorial Airport

Zenith builders and owners: Fly in with your Zenith aircraft and show off your plane in the new Zenith Aircraft Show (like a car show, but with airplanes) and be judged by the public and experienced builders. All Zenith aircraft are welcome and encouraged to participate in the Aircraft Show, even if your plane is older and not polished!

The Open Hangar Days event presents the opportunity for visitors to tour the Zenith Aircraft factory, meet the Zenith staff, and to socialize (safely, of course, during this ongoing pandemic) with fellow pilots, builders, and aviation enthusiasts. Join us both days for educational seminars (see below) on building and flying your own airplane, plus learn all about the latest avionics and engine technology from several vendors at the event.

 
We'll have some great informal seminars from actual Zenith builders and pilots, including:

  • Charlie Becker, EAA’s director of chapters and homebuilding, will participate once again at the Zenith Homecoming, providing updates from EAA Headquarters about the latest FAA/governmental issues including the MOSAIC NPRM, task based phase 1 flight testing, LODA, Basic Med and fuel issues. He will also present a seminar title Beyond the Build - What You Need to Know, discussing aircraft ownership besdes drilling and riveting that you need to know when building your own aircraft and “other stuff” like in-process inspections, builders logs, FAA paperwork, taxes, insurance, and much more.
     
  • Steve Aupperle (from Michigan) built his own Zenith STOL CH 750 from a kit, and hand-painted his aircraft with a household paint roller. He will present a seminar titled "Hand Painting Your Airplane: Roll and Tip Method" to share his experiences, with tips and hints on hand painting your own aircraft. Check out this video from earlier this year as we spoke with Ramesh Nori who also hand-painted his Zenith with a paint roller. 
  • Clint Gosch (from Iowa) scratch-built his own STOL CH 750 (powered by a 100-hp Continental O-200 engine) from plans (blueprints). Once again, he will share details about the skills and tools needed to scratch-build your aircraft (from just drawings). He will also share details about his experiences installing and flying with a (used) Continental O-200 engine in his Zenith. Watch the video of Clint and his airplane. 
  • Women's Introduction to Aircraft Building workshop: Val Westedt (who has already built and flown her own Zenith) has volunteered to teach a workshop just for aspiring women airplane builders. "There should be more women building airplanes and I wanted to show them that they can learn the skills to do it,” she said. Back by popular demand, this workshop includes a hands-on building project. This is a great workshop not only for aspiring women builders, but also for all women (young and old!) who would like to learn more about light aircraft construction. 
  • Randy Shannon will return with his utility Zenith STOL CH 750 Super Duty:

Are you attending the Zenith Homecoming and have an interesting story to share with fellow builders and flyers (about anything building and/or flying related). Let us know and we'll try to accommodate you at the Homecoming!

Summary of Seminars: Here's an overview summary of the scheduled seminars - see the schedule for event details, times and location.

  • Engines, engines and more engines! One of the big advantages to building your own Zenith is that you, the builder, get to choose the engine to install in your Zenith. That's why we invite engine companies to participate at the Open Hangar Days. Throughout the Open Hangar Days there will be presentations by engine companies as well as demonstrations (ground and in the air). There will also be the now-famous "Engine panel discussion" late Friday afternoon with expert representatives from the engine companies as well as builder/pilot experiences both installing and flying with the various engines.
  • And Panels too! Zenith builders and flyers also get to choose how to configure their instrument (avionics) panels for the aircraft. Representatives from Garmin, Dynon and Avilution will be on hand to discuss their latest innovations and how to install them (and fly behind them).
  • Painting your own aircraft. We'll hold a panel discussion on painting your aircraft, discussing the types of paint, polish vs. painting, vinyl wraps, decals, and more! Loehle Coatings has 40 years of experience in aircraft finishes and paints, and will be available to discuss their paint system.
  • Match-Hole Assembly - Hands on Demonstration: Zenith Staff will show and demonstrate the newest updates from the Zenith factory in ease-of-building technology, making Zenith kit aircraft easier and quicker to build than ever before. (Demonstration inside the Zenith Hangar)
  • Aircraft building workshops and demonstrations: We are planning additional seminars and workshops specific to building (and maintaining) a Zenith aircraft.

  • Kevin and Shelley of K&S Aviation Services will offer a Coffee Bar Friday and Saturday mornings (starting at 7 am) in front of the Zenith factory. 
  • Free Morning Breakfasts: Friday morning's breakfast will be courtesy of Wheels and Wings (builder assistance), and Avemco Insurance Company and KITPLANES magazine will once again provide Saturday's pancake breakfast! Come early for a free and delicious hot breakfast with the airplanes in front of the Zenith kit aircraft factory, served by EAA Chapter 944!

The Saturday events at the Zenith factory include tours of the Zenith factory, hands-on building projects, Zenith airplanes on display in the air and on the ground, great food, and fun contests for our visitors to enjoy, along with educational seminars throughout the day.
 

Saturday Events: See the schedule (above) for actual times and seminar details (Subject to change and revision). 

  • Building Your Own Zenith Aircraft
  • Zenith Factory Tour
  • Zenith Aircraft Show: Public and Zenith builder judged aircraft show (like a car show, but with Zenith airplanes) with fun categories and great prizes. Register your Zenith aircraft at the registration booth in the gazebo outside of the Zenith factory hangar all day on Friday or Saturday morning.
  • Annual "group photo" of builders and their planes in front of the factory.
  • Building and Flying Your Zenith Aircraft
  • STOL & Flying Demonstrations: Short Take-Off and Short (Precision) Landing Demonstrations at Mexico Memorial Airport (subject to weather).
  • Overview of the Tools & Skills Needed to Build Your Own Zenith Aircraft
  • Zenith Aircraft Show & Fly-By: Flying and ground demonstration and show of owner-built Zeniths. All Zenith aircraft are encouraged to participate! 
  • BBQ Dinner and Awards Presentation, sponsored by our friends at Aircraft Spruce & Specialty, starting at 4:00 pm

 

We invite and encourage all Zenith builders, owners, pilots, and enthusiasts to come out! Learn more about building, flying and maintaining your Zenith aircraft, and meet with fellow builders and flyers. Owners of completed Zenith Aircraft are encouraged to fly-in for the activities and to show off their completed project to fellow builders (we will provide tie-down space and help facilitate ground transportation if possible).

 

Mexico's airport (KMYJ) offers 24-hr self serve fuel at competitive prices (including MOGAS), and has a terminal building with 24 hour access to the pilot lounge (with showers and internet access!). Let us know of any special needs or requirements.

Zenith owners: Please park your airplane as close to the Zenith factory as possible (on the Zenith ramp) on Saturday. Visitors come to see Zenith aircraft so make sure your aircraft can be found! We'll try to position and group all Zeniths in front of the factory for the group photo at 10:50 am. Please bring yourself a portable folding (lawn) chair. (Note that non-Zenith aircraft are welcome to fly in to the event but please park non-Zenith aircraft on the North end of the airport ramp parking area). Non Zenith aircraft types are invited to fly in for the events, but please park you aircraft on the north side of the main airport ramp area (well north of the fuel pumps) to allow space for Zeniths on the south side.

If flying in with your own aircraft, please bring your own aircraft tie-downs, especially if staying overnight.

There is no charge to attend the Open Hangar Day or any seminars or activities, with the exception of the Friday dinner at the Zenith factory. 


Note to builders: You can arrange to pick-up parts and kits at the Open Hangar Day if the parts have been ordered, paid for and confirmed prior to the Open Hangar Day.

We can help you to carpool if you are flying in and need a ride to and from a local hotel.

Camping at the event: There will be free camping available.

Tent camping with your plane or car is available, or set up your camper in the designated camp area (north side of airport, by the entrance).

There's also a public campground at scenic Lakeview Park a few miles away in the city of Mexico.
 

We'll be pleased to be offering the Zenith Homecoming t-shirt at the event. Be sure to pick one up there or order one now (quantities are limited!)

 

Thanks to all our fabulous partners and sponsors who continue to support the Zenith Homecoming year after year:

Zenith Open Hangar Days Participants and Sponsors (subject to change and updates. This list is from last year).

Aircraft Spruce and Specialty is a long time supporter and sponsor of the Zenith Homecoming events. Aircraft Spruce and Specialty is the leading aviation, aircraft, and pilot supply house in the world. 

Experimental Aircraft Association 

Charlie Becker, a director at EAA, will participate to share the latest from EAA, including updates on FAA rules and regulations affecting homebuilders and sport and recreational pilots, as well as info on EAA's available resources to help builders, owners and pilots of amateur-built aircraft, including the technical advisor and flight advisor programs.

Garmin International Inc. will be on hand to show the new Zenith CH 750 / CH 650 Avionics Package featuring Garmin G3X Touch Experimental/LSA Avionics. Brad Brensing from Garmin will demonstrate the equipment and capabilities included in the new Garmin package being offered through Zenith. Garmin will be donating fantastic prizes once again.

Kitplanes magazine will participate to share information about Kitplanes magazine, the leading how-to homebuilt aircraft magazine, and will donate, together with Avemco Aviation Insurance, the free breakfast on Saturday morning!

 

Corvair Engine guru William Wynne of FlyCorvair.com will attend to show the affordable Corvair auto conversion installation popular on many Zeniths. 


UL Power will be on hand to represent the new generation of light aircraft engines. The UL Power aircraft engines are direct-drive air-cooled lightweight engines featuring full FADEC technology (with fuel injection and electronic ignition). Meet with Robert Helms, the "UL Power" guy to learn more about this popular line of engines.

 AeroLEDs offer state-of-the art lighting systems for light aircraft with the latest LED lighting technology, including nav/strobe lights and landing lights for light aircraft. AeroLED donates fantastic door prizes!
 

Avilution will be represented by Justin Tisdale (SkyTron Aviation), a STOL CH 750 builder/pilot. Learn about affordable innovations from Avilution, maker of the Un-Panel display (seen in the STOL CH 750 Super Duty).

DUC Propellers is attending the Zenith Homecoming, represented by Gaetan Fouozing‎, who heads US Sales for the maker carbon composite aircraft propellers.

Viking Aircraft Engines produces a low-cost Honda-based light aircraft engine, and offers complete firewall-forward packages of the engine for installation in Zeniths. Jan and Alissa from Viking are returning to the Zenith Homecoming, flying from Florida in their Viking-powered STOL CH 750 Super Duty. Learn all about the Honda-based Viking engines, popular with many Zenith aircraft builders and owners. Jan will be demonstrating his STOL CH 750 Super Duty both the on ground and in the air, and will offer demo flights!

Citizens Bank will be participating at the Homecoming for the first time. The small town bank offers competitive financing tailored specifically to Zenith kit builders, and will be offering great prizes!

Avemco Insurance Company will be participating at the Zenith event by co-sponsoring, with KITPLANES magazine, pancake breakfast on Saturday morning: Come early for a free breakfast with the airplanes in front of the Zenith kit aircraft factory! Avemco is the only direct writer of aircraft insurance, connecting you directly with an underwriter who is empowered to solve problems and approve coverage instantly instead of a middleman who simply passes your request on to somebody else.

Dynon Avionics will demonstrate its new glass panel display systems, and is donating some fantastic prizes to be awarded during the Zenith Homecoming!

Wheels & Wings (from north-central Florida) offers professional builder assistance services. Meet with Herman to learn more about the services of Wheels and Wings and how they can help you complete your Zenith kit project.

Sensenich aircraft propellers has generously donated prizes to be awarded during the Zenith Homecoming and is supporting the Open Hangar Days and Fly-In with a donation.

EarthX is an American manufacturing and engineering company (in Colorado), specializing in lightweight lithium battery technology for light aircraft.

 

Bryan Walstrom of Experimental Aircraft Channel will participate and host Saturday's "aircraft show" and STOL flying demonstrations.

Loehle Coatings will participate to share information about painting your own homebuilt aircraft. Mike Loehle has more than 40 years experience in the industry.
 

Continental / Titan motors is the maker of popular light aircraft engines, including the O-200 engine and the powerful new Titan line of engines. The company will be represented by "JB" Ball.

EAA Chapter 944 of Chillicothe, MO has also organized an aviation-themed Missouri specialty​​ license plate featuring a Zenith STOL aircraft!

We had a fantastic 30th annual event last year at the Zenith Aircraft factory. Beautiful planes, perfect weather and awesome people! Check out some of the photos and videos from past events to get a feel about what the Zenith Homecoming is all about.

The last couple of years we have moved our larger gatherings outdoors to be able to better socially distance ourselves. Below: BBQ dinner on the Zenith ramp with the airplanes. What a great way to spend the evening!

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