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  American Champion Aircraft - About Us   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-10)
American Champion Aircraft - About Us American Champion Aircraft (ACA) produces FAA certified light acrobatic and utility aircraft for pleasure, work, training, and true excitement.
The aircraft are a stronger, better built, better handling aircraft because of generations of refinement.
The line of Aircraft is still 100% FAA certified, and is still the most versatile and affordable two seat tandem tail-dragger in its class.
www.amerchampionaircraft.com /aboutus/abusmain.htm   (224 words)

 Uproar Ones Full Scale Page
American Affordable Aircraft It is an economical, 2 seat, all composite aircraft that is built from PROVEN construction manuals.
Derringer Aircraft Corp. The Derringer is a low-wing, twin-engine aircraft of exceptional aerodynamics and structural cleanliness.
Free Bird Aircraft The FreeBird is a hybrid, somewhere between an Ultralight with its short takeoff and landing abilities, a Piper Cub for its control responsiveness and a Cessna 152 for its ease of operation.
members.aol.com /uproarone/index3.html   (3361 words)

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The Light Bomber (Manned) concept calls for a medium-sized aircraft that blends the advantages of a tactical fighter with a strategic bomber to develop a medium/long range, high payload capability (inter-theater) affordable bomber.
The aircraft will utilize some level of low-observable technology to obtain an effective yet affordable aircraft which can provide for multiple/heavy weapons carriage and launch for missions requiring real time decision making/replanning or autonomous operations.
After the fall of France, the squadrons flying Battles were quickly re-equipped, and the aircraft devolved down to be used as for flying and gunnery training.
www.lycos.com /info/light-bomber--aircraft.html   (565 words)

 Vision Release Form   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-10)
That all rights, title and interest to the plans and specifications of the Vision are vested in American Affordable Aircraft, and that the purchase of such plans entitles the undersigned to the sole use of such plans for the assembly of one such aircraft.
The undersigned further acknowledges and understands that the responsibility for assembly and use of any aircraft assembled by the undersigned or his agents or employees is solely that of the undersigned.
The undersigned further agrees to hold American Affordable Aircraft and it's partners harmless from any and all claims for injuries and damages made by any person as a result of the use of any aircraft assembled by the undersigned from plans, specifications or components purchased from American Affordable Aircraft.
visionaircraft.com /release.html   (362 words)

 American Toys - Detail   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-10)
Caption Frank Hawks, an ex-air service pilot and holder of many early flying records, and, superintendent of the aviation division of the Texaco Company, piloted the aircraft, which was attached to a Waco 10 two-place bi-plane by 500 feet of cable.
The Eaglet's fully enclosed cabin was the first of its kind, and was made with the assistance of captain Hawks, in order to protect him from sun, wind and the slipstream of the tow plane.
Hawks later said the sole purpose of the flight was to raise interest in gliding as an affordable and safe sport.
www.americantoys.com /Detail.aspx?ID=83   (165 words)

 Light Sport Aircraft Feature
A type-certified aircraft is one that has been built and tested in accordance with the requirements of Federal Aviation Regulation (FAR) Part 23, which was written to regulate commercial, business, and transportation aircraft.
Amateur-built aircraft do not need to meet the stringent requirements of FAR Part 23, and thus can be sold at a lower cost and can incorporate changing technology more readily into the designs.
It was agreed at this meeting to move forward with the establishment of the new ASTM Committee F37 for Light-Sport Aircraft.
www.astm.org /SNEWS/DECEMBER_2002/lawrence_dec02.html   (1534 words)

 Stout Skycar
Stout was one of many aviation enthusiasts in the late 1920s and 1930s who felt that aviation should not be an exclusive club or form of transportation, but rather a part of everyday life.
Although not a roadable aircraft, the Stout Sky Car I has been often referred to as a flying automobile because of the incorporated automobile characteristics.
Stout was the designer and manufacturer of the rugged line of aircraft that Ford Motor Company developed into the Ford Tri-Motor series of air transports (Stout Metal Airplane Company became a subsidiary of the Ford Motor Company).
www.nasm.si.edu /research/aero/aircraft/stout.htm   (882 words)

 MilitaryItems.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-10)
The field gear used in the Spanish American War was used as the pattern of much of the equipment employed during WWI.
The one thing a collector needs to take under consideration is that many if these medals are being awarded today and, except for a few minor differences, they look pretty much the same as their predecessors.
There are not a great deal of replicas flooding the market but be aware that some of these medals are still being produced today by the US government for replacement, new award and other purposes.
www.quanonline.com /military/military_reference/american/american.html   (2345 words)

 Aviation: Homebuilt   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-10)
Aircraft Spruce and Specialty Co. Worldwide distributors of certified and homebuilt aircraft supplies.
American Affordable Aircraft The Vision aircraft is an economical, 2 seat, all composite aircraft that is built from construction manuals and designed for first time builders.
The Popular Flying Association An association for amateur aircraft builders that seeks to reduce aircraft ownership and operating costs, encourages group ownership, and encourages the design, construction, and operation of light aircraft.
www.aeroinfo.org.in /aviation/homebuilt.html   (1696 words)

 American Winds Flight Academy
American Winds Flight Academy (AWFA) is one of only two FAA (Certified 141) flight schools in Northeast Ohio --but that's not what sets us apart from other flight schools.
American Winds Flight Academy shall operate, maintain and preserve a high quality aviation facility at Akron Fulton International Airport that is safe, secure, and legal, delivers high quality aviation services by providing customer-focused and efficient operations, facilities, staff, finance and administration.
American Winds, Inc. will absolutely not, in any way shape or form, share nor distribute any information acquired through this website or any other media with any outside parties.
www.teachmetofly.com   (482 words)

 Thirty Thousand Feet - Aviation Homebuilt and Experimental Aircraft
American Homebuilts' Corp. Home of the "John Doe" utility category STOL (short take-off and landing) aircraft.
Silence Aircraft The kit-aircraft "Silence" is an easy-to-fly single seat tail dragger with the looks of the WWII Spitfire, and will be in limited production at the Silence-Aircraft factory again for enthusiastic pilots.
Xantus Powered Lift Aircraft A four passenger tilt-prop aircraft which can take off and land vertically like a conventional helicopter, yet is able to cruise at 250 knots.
member.newsguy.com /~ericmax/homebuil.htm   (3247 words)

 Light Sport Aircraft Feature
As you read this, a change in the “light” end of the American aviation industry is about to become law.
The sport pilot license and the light-sport aircraft certification category are going to give more people affordable access to flying than ever before.
Peghiny is an Experimental Aircraft Association (EAA) Hall of Fame inductee, 2002.
www.astm.org /SNEWS/DECEMBER_2002/peghiny_dec02.html   (648 words)

 Roadhouse Aviation - Aircraft Sales
Our goal is to assist the buying public in deciding which aircraft may be correct for their needs, then acquiring the aircraft that they need and desire.
American Champion Aircraft (ACA) produces FAA certified light acrobatic and utility aircraft for pleasure, work, training, and true excitement.
The line of Aircraft is 100% FAA certified, and is the most versatile and affordable two seat tandem tail-dragger in its class.
www.roadhousesales.com   (297 words)

 International Intermediaries
Aircraft charters has mostly been provided for the purpose of leisure, pilot training, and aerobatics instruction.
With the increasing needs of business travel, that is flexible, comfortable, and affordable, many charter companies have entered the aviation market.
Chartered and general aviation aircraft fly 26 million hours annually (almost twice commercial airline flight hours) and carry more than 145 million passengers.
www.american.edu /carmel/eb2804a/traditional_intermediaries.htm   (1064 words)

 Common Support Aircraft (CSA) - Military Aircraft
Envisioned as a single aircraft design, the CSA will be able to carry different mission suites of sensors and avionics in order to fulfill future mission requirements and will possess significant capacity for logistics support and aerial refueling.
In 1993, a Naval Aviation study concluded that a "neckdown" of follow-on aircraft was the only affordable procurement strategy for future naval aircraft.
Existing guidance will be used to examine the aircraft design possibilities for a multi-place aircraft sharing a common airframe, engines, and core avionics and having sufficient internal volume and carriage capability for mission-specific avionics, sensors, stores and weapons.
www.fas.org /man/dod-101/sys/ac/csa.htm   (666 words)

 Homebuilt Aircraft Directory @ GoGuides
The plane is all composite with no incompatible wood understructure and uses NO fuel susceptible styrene foams.
Explains why there are only four kinds of homebuilt aircraft.
Offers fast-build aircraft kits that allow builders to assemble the airframe in as little as three weeks.
www.goguides.org /topic/1375.html   (100 words)

 Reshaping America's Military:   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-10)
As you submit your first five-year defense program to Congress and the country, it is essential that you develop a defense policy that conforms to the new and changing threats to U.S. national security and prepare a realistic and affordable strategy for dealing with them.
President, this course is favored by the secretary of defense, the Joint Chiefs of Staff, and many conservatives in both parties, and it is closest to what you have advocated since the events of September 11.
Although investing in new technology is always important, the United States cannot afford to completely ignore current security threats from terrorists with global reach or in places like Iraq, the Korean Peninsula, and the Taiwan Straits.
www.americanprogress.org /issues/kfiles/b35337.html   (1616 words)

 Vision Aircraft Builders
Vision plans are sold by American Affordable Aircraft.
This is a composite four place plans built aircraft.
I am new to this process and a first time aircraft builder.
t.webring.com /hub?ring=visionaircraftbu   (233 words)

 American Duro Beam . : [ I-Beam Steel Building ] : .   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-10)
Truck or bus garage, barn for livestock or crop and fertilizer storage an industrial or commercial complex, indoor tennis complex with pro shop and restaurant.
Here is why our steel buildings are recognized as the highest quality yet most affordable on the market today.
They are designed by the best engineering professionals and produced by the most skilled people the U.S. Produced by utilizing only the most sophisticated computer-aided manufacturing equipment available.
www.americandurobeam.com /sWalls.shtml   (199 words)

 Home Afford
American Affordable Aircraft is a US firm based in Port Orange, Florida that markets plans for a home-built aircraft, the AAA Vision.
As Neil Gaiman wrote in ''American Gods'': "He wondered whether home was a thing that happened to a place after a while; or if it was something that you found in the end, if you simply walked and waited and willed it long enough."
Amy Michael Homes (born 1961) is an American author, known for controversial and unusual stories, like ''The End of Alice'', ''Music for Torching'', ''In a Country of Mothers'' and the short story compilations ''The Safety of Objects'' and ''Things You Should Know''.
www.artistbooking.com /trips/79/home-afford.html   (690 words)

 Advertise on BusinessWeek Online | Special Advertising Sections
In the past, many business people believed that corporate aircraft were a luxury they could not afford.
However, during the last recession, when right-sized middle management was stretched even thinner, many of these corporate survivors discovered that traveling by business aircraft dramatically reduced their travel time, freeing them to perform the additional tasks thrust upon them and making their time en route more productive.
Today, a growing number of lower-cost alternatives to traditional aircraft ownership have expanded the market for business aviation, creating converts among those who thought that airlines were the only way to fly.
www.businessweek.com /adsections/aircraft/home.htm   (280 words)

 Who is Eric Newton?
I was born in Castro Valley, California in Oct of 1957.
At age 12 my first job ever was working at the airport for an aircraft maintenance company.
This aircraft was a Vision made by American Affordable Aircraft.
www.mybearhawk.com /whome.html   (693 words)

 American Affordable Aircraft - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
American Affordable Aircraft is a firm based in Port Orange, Florida that markets plans for a home-built aircraft, the AAA Vision.
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en.wikipedia.org /wiki/American_Affordable_Aircraft   (99 words)

 Steen Aero Lab - Links
George Coy is the premier importer of Eastern Bloc engines and aircraft, particularly M14s and cousins, and westernized Yaks.
They are an invaluable resource for anyone who is building an aircraft, is interested in homebuilt and experimental aircraft, or sport flying in general.
AAA is a relatively new, grass-roots organization that focuses on the fun of recreational aerobatics, with the emphasis being on friendship, comradery, and information rather than high-level competition.
www.steenaero.com /links.cfm   (1549 words)

 Open Directory - Recreation: Aviation: Aircraft: Homebuilt: Plans Built
American Affordable Aircraft - This two-place, composite sport plane is the only plans built, all composite plane that is not a canard.
Junqua Aircraft - Description and contact for the Ibis, an advanced ultralight canard aircraft.
Pazmany Pl-2 - Photographs of this plans-built plane, with notes on flying the aircraft and its handling characteristics.
dmoz.org /Recreation/Aviation/Aircraft/Homebuilt/Plans_Built   (1078 words)

 My Vision 2+2 Project
N203VR is a plans built 4-place foam and glass plane designed by Steve Rahm @ American Affordable Aircraft.
The original plans are for a 2-seat but I couldn't find any 4-place airplanes that I could afford or liked well enough to build, so after months of soul searching I decided to follow a few pioneering individuals and stretch it to 4 -seats.
I began building in December of 2001 and hope to be finished in 2006.
home.earthlink.net /~rf7928   (189 words)

 lsa sport cruiser
Burning around 4~4.5 gallons of auto gas per hour, the SportCruiser won’t break the budget; and with its American-designed, all-metal traditional construction and US-sourced materials and airframe components, keeping it flying (and insured!) will be trouble-free.
All three SAW aircraft are designed to be easy to fly, with touchdown speeds in the high 20-knot range.
Sport Aircraft Works, importer and distributor of the Czech Aircraft Works designs, completed all the certification work on time.
www.sportaircraftworks.com /sportcruiser.html   (287 words)

 American Legend Aircraft Company
In the 1930's the Piper Aircraft Company began production of a new airplane named the Piper Cub or also known as the J-3 Cub.
The aircraft became very popular because of it's low acquisition cost and fun to fly quotient for the average person.
Tens of thousands were built and sold throughout the 40's and incredibly many still fly today and fill a niche that is still void of new aircraft.
www.legend.aero /lives.cfm   (308 words)

 Skaffe Directory
American Affordable Aircraft - Two seat aircraft kit.
A Skyrocket II still holds the 'speed over a closed circuit course of 100 / 500 / 1000 km' records in the concerned weight sub-class.
Team Tango - Offers fast-build aircraft kits that allow builders to assemble the airframe in as little as three weeks.
www.skaffe.com /viewCat/1375   (203 words)

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