Personal Ultralight pages
A private Ultralight site from Belgium with lots of aviation photos.
Site of the OO-E09, a Belgian FK14 ultralight
Lots of info about flying boats and amfibian
Construction Log Of PIK-26 Ini Sytky
Follow the construction of a wooden PIK-26 Mini Sytky. You will have to see a day-by-day contruction log with hundrets of photos in the end.
Information and a forum about the ULF-2 ultralight aircraft.
FLY Cub, A Zlin Savage Timeless And Agel
Flying with a Cub means, every time I meet the best of myself and learn a little more. My Zlin Savage is a step of this legend, which began in 1931 with the first Piper Cub!
Her finner du stoff om Mikrofly, laksefiske, harejakt og Fjording
This pge is a brief introduction of our Microlight flying activities in NWFP Pakistan
Jag heter Tomas Ekholm och den här sidan är tillägnad mitt flygintresse. Jag tog certifikat för UL-B i mars 2006 och har ganska nyligen skaffat mig ett eget flygplan SE-YTD. Jag är intresserad av flyg rent allmänt, men naturligtvis så är mitt intresse i synnerhet inriktat på ultralätt flyg.
Kasperwing Ultralight Aircraft Official Website
Lazair,Skystar, Kitfox,Seaplanes, Free A
Buy a plane, Free classifieds ads,kitfox, avidflyer,,Aviation,Lazair, Lazair Classic, Elite,Aviation News, Lazair Ultralight, Builders Tips, Help, Forum, Files, Hanger, Ultraflight, Dale Kramer
Quicksilver MX Super Rebuild Project
This website tracks the rebuilding of a junky old Quicksilver MX Super. I intend to bring it back to like new condition, use it for some light aerobatics and ultimately sell it to someone who will treat it right. It may be of interest to anyone interested in light sport aerobatics
Powered Parachute Open-Air Flying and Aerial Photography
The Piper J3-Cub
The story of the J-3 began in the late 192Os with C. Gilbert and Gordon Taylor, partners in the very small Taylor Brothers Aircraft Company of Rochester, New York. Onetime barnstormers, the brothers had designed and were attempting to market a two-seat monoplane called the Chummy, when Gordon Taylor was killed in a crash. <p> Gilbert Taylor, who believed there would be a growing market for light planes, moved in 1929 to Bradford, Pennsylvania, where community leaders were anxious to promote new local industries. The Bradford Board of Commerce provided $5O,OOO to capitalize the new Taylor company, which built five Chummys before the Great Depression put a halt to construction.
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