Univair Aircraft Corporation
|Founder||J.E. “Eddie” Dyer|
|Headquarters||Aurora, Colorado, United States of America|
|Products||Aircraft parts and services|
Number of employees
|peak of 120|
Univair Aircraft Corporation is an American aircraft manufacturer holding the type certificate for the Stinson 108 series, and Ercoupe series aircraft, including the Forney, Alon and the Mooney M10 Cadet. The company holds PMAs for Aeronca Champion, Bellanca Citabria, Bellanca Decathlon, Aeronca Scout, Cessna, Luscombe, Piper and Taylorcraft.
Univair was founded in 1945 by J.E. “Eddie” Dyer and Don Vest as Vest Aircraft Company. The company initially performed flight instruction, parts and repair. In 1963, Vest was closed following the death of its founder, and was reestablished by his wife in 1966 as Univair.
|Model name||First flight||Number built||Type|
- "Univair at 64" (PDF). Retrieved 9 Feb 2011.
- Stanley G. Thomas. The Ercoupe.
- "Piper, Then and Now". Popular Mechanics. August 1987.