AEA Maverick

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AEA Maverick
Role Light Sport Aircraft
National origin Australia
Manufacturer Aero Engineers Australia
Designer Graham Swannell and Geoff Danes
First flight December 1987

The Aero Engineers Australia (AEA) Maverick is a single-seat sportsplane of conventional configuration. Constructed largely of composite materials, it is powered by a 75 kW (100 hp) Continental O-200A engine and is capable of manoeuvres with loads of up to +6 or -3 g.

Only one aircraft had been built, which first flew in December 1987.

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