|Headquarters||North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany|
Number of employees
The Extra Aircraft company was established in 1980 as Extra Flugzeugbau in Germany by Walter Extra, an aerobatic pilot, to design and develop his own aerobatic aircraft. The company is located at Dinslaken airfield in Hünxe, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany. Worldwide production of aircraft is about three units per month with a six-month backlog.
- Extra EA-200 aerobatic trainer
- Extra EA-230 "Laser" - wooden-winged aerobatic aircraft
- Extra EA-260
- Extra EA-300 two-seat aerobatic aircraft with composite fuselage over steel-frame construction
- Extra EA-330
- Peter Hirsschman (December 2013). "Aviation Legends Walter Extra". AOPA Pilot: 62.
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