Okay, so not a real first flight, but let me be the first to announce that EAA’s Jonathan Harger has become the first person to fly a piece of the 750!
The process of getting the flaperon parts in the proper order was a bit of a challenge for us, but more people learned to really read plans to make sure all of the parts where where they should be. There were a couple of mistakes where we had to drill out a nose rib or two, but nothing major to fix.
The Wednesday build session saw the other two pieces finished up.
These are fairly straight forward parts to build once the inboard and outboard sections are identified. The next step, and last step before starting on the fuselage is to build the leading edge slats. Those should go fairly quickly as they are simple parts…with fewer parts to drill and deburr.