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Sorted in ante-chronological order:Newest to OldestWill trade for a 4 seater. 2001 DYNAERO MCR 01 Sportster VFR with Amazing Performance. Massachusetts (50 miles west of Boston). Year: 2001. Make: DYNAERO. Model: MCR01 Sportster/VLA. Condition: Used. Overhaul: None. Total Time: 150h. Useful Load: 516 lbs. Flight Rules: VFR. Seats: 2. Inspection Status: 7/2011. Engine: Rotax 912S 100 HP Max ..... 92 HP Continuous. Prop: 3 Blade Electric MT Constant Speed Model MTV-7-A/152-122. Radios GPS/COM. Intercom: Apollo GX 65. Transponder: Apollo SL 70. Blind Encoder: Ameri-King AK-350. Hydraulic Disc Brakes. Adjustable Rudder Pedals. Trim Position Indicator. Electric Flap 3 Position Switch. Controls Glare Shield. Lighting: Aero Enhancements. Black and Red Cloth Stick Grip with PTT and Trim Controls. Exterior Paint Iron White with decals. Read the full community notice.
Stephen Venekas, May 2013. Stephan Venekas is a French fine art photographer. Subtle game of lights and colours, obvious passion for aviation, gripping capture of the image, feeling of speed…His work reflects his continuous search for emotions that unveil more than they suggest a new figurative world; an almost unreal idealisation which takes its origins from vertical cities such as Hong-Kong. Moreover, his pictures reveal an obvious fusion between aeronautical science, architecture...
The team at E-Props is currently carrying out its testing campaign for the new range of ground adjustable carbon fibre propellers. Resistance to centrifugal force testing of the hub/blade unit have been completed early this month. Maximum resistance tested was 7.1 Tonnes, which is 4.7 times the maximum centrifugal force. The break down point couldn’t be reached as the hydraulic jack had reached its maximum force before the unit could be broken (around 7 tonnes). Nota Bene: The European CS-P certification requires a minimum resistance of 2 times the centrifugal force, which here would be 3 tonnes; therefore the security factor is above 4.7, read the community notice.
Abysmal ticket sales force event company into liquidation.
Hopes for an annual international air show have crash-landed with financial failure after this year's inaugural event. Airshow Systems Ltd, the company behind the New Zealand International Air Show on Auckland's North Shore, was placed in liquidation this week. Chief executive Peter Newport told the Herald on Sunday the Auckland Anniversary Weekend event suffered from dismal ticket sales. Tickets were initially $55 for one-day general admission, and $240 for a VIP three-day pass. General admission for the last day was discounted to $35. Ticket sales barely topped 5000 on the first day. Before the event, promoters hoped for ticket sales of more than 60,000 across three days. Suppliers to the event, who declined to be named, said up to $1 million could be owed across the aviation and hospitality industries. Read the notice.
The pleasure aircraft maker "Lisa Airplanes" is going to disappear to become "Lisa Aircraft". This is what has decided the "tribunal de commerce de Chambéry" who had received 7 buyout applications of which only 2 were deemed receivable. The offer put forward by two Chinese investors, Maha Tiri et Yao Zhang, was considered the best on the table from simultaneously industrial, financial and social terms: 15 M€ of investment and re-hiring 19 of the previous employees with a view of increasing to 100 staff within 3 years.The goal of this 15 M€ investment is to finalize production and commercialisation of the Akoya (7 M€), but also to develop new aircraft (8 M€). Read the notice.
EAA Newsletter-Light plane world-02 December 2012: Duc Prop Safety Information.
The latest newsletter from Love4Aviation.com includes safety warnings about the use of Duc propellers on direct-drive engines. Love4aviation is a New Zealand-based company that supplies aviation products, including the Dynaero line of aircraft, propellers, silencers, and aircraft management systems. Love4Aviation claims that safety issues related to the use of Duc propellers on Jabiru and other engines have not been effectively communicated to the users. Due to alleged quality control problems and unsatisfactory warranty response, Love4Aviation says it will no longer supply Duc props to clients and have, in its words appearing on the website, "repudiated" the French company Duc Helices. Read the notice.
MT-Propellers for UL / LSA.
The MTV-33-1-A/175-200 and MTV-34-1-A/175-200 for Ultra Light Aircrafts (UL) or Light Sport Aircrafts (LSA) are new high performance, low weight 2 or 3 bladed hydraulic constant speed or ground adjustable composite propeller for the ROTAX 912/914 series engine. The new MTV-33-1-A/175-200 and MTV-34-1-A/175-200 features the following: Low Propeller weight - only 6,5 kg (14,3 lbs) for the 2-blade 9 kg (19,8 lbs) for the 3-blade plus UL MT-Governor P-850-12 (1 kg / 2,2 lbs) - Scimitar blade shape for high performance and noise reduction...
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