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  • New Sparrowhawk

    I've been told that some new Sparrowhawks will be coming available. If anyone is serious about buying one get in touch with me.
    http://gyroplanetraining.com/

    Helping Plan a grand 2017 PRA convention


    PRA BOD # 38604

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    Brent: How many new ones? Pricing? Location?

    Also, there is a fellow in our local PRA chapter that has a SH. He has been looking for a N.O.S. windshield. Do you know if any are available and if so, how much?

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      • #4
        Contact Steve McG
        http://gyroplanetraining.com/

        Helping Plan a grand 2017 PRA convention


        PRA BOD # 38604

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        • #5
          I am preparing for retirement next month and hope to finish my SH I over the winter in my heated hanger. Great news for AAI.

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            FYI the info@sparrowhawk.com e-address does not work.
            CFI-ASMEL-IA, A&P
            @ 6450' MSL in W. Colo.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by dunc View Post
              FYI the info@sparrowhawk.com e-address does not work.
              Apparently www.sparrowhawk.com has nothing to do with autogyros =)

              Try https://www.americanautogyro.com and their contact e-mail info@skyworks-global.com
              Alex Lameko
              Russian gyroforum
              Visit my collection of gyro videos

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              • #8
                I spoke with somebody who recently called AAI, and was informed that now they are not reintroducing the Sparrowhawk.
                No reason was given.
                PP - ASEL complex (C172RG, Piper 180, C206, RV-7A), SP - Gyro (Calidus, RAF, SC2), soloed in gliders

                "
                When an honest but mistaken man learns of his error, he either ceases to be mistaken -- or he ceases to be honest."

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                • #9
                  I'm guessing based in its gross weight, it does not qualify as an LSA. Yes?

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by JJ Campbell View Post
                    I'm guessing based in its gross weight, it does not qualify as an LSA. Yes?
                    Maximum gross takeoff weight for Light Sport Aircraft is 1320 pounds.
                    Regards, Vance Breese Gyroplane CFI http://www.breeseaircraft.com/

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