Advanced Aviation

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Advanced Aviation was a manufacturer of ultralight aircraft in kit form based in Orlando, Florida. It marketed designs by HighCraft AeroMarine under licence.[1]

List of Aircraft[edit]

Advanced Aviation Husky
(1970s) single-engine single-seat weight shift ultralight aircraft. High-wing pusher configuration[1]
Advanced Aviation Coyote
(1970s) single-engine single-seat weight shift ultralight aircraft. High-wing pusher configuration[1]
Advanced Aviation Buccaneer
(1980s) single-engine two-seat ultralight amphibious aircraft. High-wing pusher configuration
Advanced Aviation Carrera
(1990s) single-engine two-seat ultralight aircraft. High-wing pusher configuration
Advanced Aviation Cobra
(1980s) single-engine single-seat ultralight aircraft. High-wing pusher configuration
Advanced Aviation Explorer
(1990s) single-engine two-seat ultralight aircraft. High-wing pusher configuration[1]
Advanced Aviation King Cobra
(1990s) single-engine two-seat ultralight aircraft. High-wing pusher configuration
Advanced Aviation Zephyr
(1990s) single-engine two-seat ultralight aircraft. High-wing pusher configuration[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d e Cliche, Andre: Ultralight Aircraft Shopper's Guide 8th Edition, page B-109 and E-19. Cybair Limited Publishing, 2001. ISBN 0-9680628-1-4