Here comes Sebring 2008, Expo #4. Come see new airplanes — Flight Design’s CTLS, a composite Part 103 entry from Interplane, a new Tecnam model, plus other first appearances. Sebring is also business-to-business, for example, the Light Aircraft Manufacturers Association holding both a board of directors meeting and their annual member meeting. This year, LAMA’s gathering will be the largest ever. More than 300 people have RSVP’d to a generous offer from Sandia Aerospace who will provide a pig roast dinner after a short State-of-LSA presentation by LAMA president Tom Gunnarson and yours truly. EAA‘s Ron Wagner will give fresh information about LSA at AirVenture 2008. *** Located in the high desert of Albuquerque, New Mexico, Sandia Aerospace was founded in 1997 by a group of professionals to provide high quality avionics products to the aviation market. Major product offerings include the company’s SAE 5-35 Encoder, SAC 7-35 Airdata Computer, avionics cooling fans and specialty interface modules. *** Sandia Aerospace wanted to introduce themselves to the LSA community so the tech company joined efforts with Sebring Expo and LAMA. Sandia products are offered worldwide by both avionics modification centers and aircraft manufacturers. “We are tailoring new products for the LSA market,” said Regional Sales Manager Barry LeBlanc.