Australia, France and New Zealand get free classifieds.
If you have any aviation related communication for our members and you are based in Australia, France or New Zealand, we are now opening a new website category for you. This is available to all: private persons, not-for-profit bodies or commercial entities. Whether it is to sell, buy or swap, whether it is hardware, service and job or to find something or someone: contacts us with your query.
A range of high performance LSA and kit built aircraft. Dynaero MCR aircraft, 2 seater or 4 seater, are known for offering incredible performance on low operating costs, by using 100% carbon fibre construction and high efficiency aerodynamic technologies. Not only are they exceedingly fast but they have delightful light responsive handling. Take off is short and the climb is fast. Find out more
Each section offers a lot of information, including description, specifications, photographs, videos, press articles, technology, content of the kits, accessories and options etc. Some sections contain so much information that the top page is an index of this aircraft’s section. Find out more Quick links: 1°) ULC 2°)Limousine3°)Club4°)4S5°)Pickup6°)Twin-R7°)Technology8°)Manufacturer9°)FAQs10°)Owners' board11°)Brochures12°)Links13°)General Knowledge14°)Dealers15°)Pricing16°)Testimonials
Improve Aircraft Management and Safety with Reduced Costs for Fuel, Maintenance, and Administration. Safetyplane can improve aircraft and pilot performance, including greater fuel efficiency and extended life of aircraft with reduced maintenance effort. This can also result in lowered insurance costs. Aircraft management can also be streamlined by automating administration and improving accuracy of aircraft monitoring and charging, thus saving time and cost. Find out more
North American Harvard, NA-16, AT-6, SNJ: Description of pre-flight checks. This is a 1953 video which we use to explain the differences with operating a Harvard T6 in today’s environment. You’ll find our check lists here.
To date, 24% of the goods supplied by the company DUC Helices have generated some sort of after sale issues, usually due either to the lack of quality control or the manufacturer’s inexperience in term of local regulation, product ageing, foreign markets, technical documentation, reference numbers, propeller/engine compatibility and we have had cases of in-flight breakages etc. We have received many complaints from customers claiming their unit failed to provide the claimed performance or presented delaminating issues before the end of the guarantee term supposedly provided by the manufacturer. Find out more
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