Thousands fly Aeronca in business—cover more territory faster—have more time with family

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  1. Stephen says: March 23, 20116:15 am

    I hadn’t heard of them; the familiar names in light aircraft from this period were Beechcraft and Cessna. Resorting to the Wikipedia, I discover that they built 2000 of this aircraft, the Chief, and 8000 of a similar machine, the Champion. Despite this success, they left the aircraft industry in 1951, and concentrated on just building components for other manufacturers.

  2. Charlene says: March 23, 20116:28 pm

    I have never flown a Chief but I have flown in one. During the flight ATC asked the pilot how long it would take for her to climb from 7,500 feet to 10,500 feet. She asked them whether they wanted that in hours or days.

    They vectored the 737 around us.

  3. Kosher Ham says: March 23, 20117:33 pm

    I’ll bet you haven’t heard of the Luscombe plane as well. My first plane ride was in a Luscombe.

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