Who makes Citabria?

Who makes Citabria?

American Champion Aircraft Bellanca Champion Aircraft
American Champion Citabria

Manufacturer American Champion Aircraft Bellanca Champion Aircraft
Designer Champion Aircraft
First flight 1964
Introduction 1964

Is Citabria 7GCBC a light sport aircraft?

It’s the only light sport entry that’s also a fully certified airplane. In 1959, the first airplanes that would eventually become Citabrias appeared, dubbed 7GC. In the years that followed, a fistful of airplanes debuted, each called Citabria.

What is the stall speed of a Citabria?

44 Knots

1994 7ECA Citabria 1994 7GCBC Citabria
Stall Speed Clean 44 Knots 44 Knots
Stall Speed Landing Configuration Unknown 41 Knots
Climb Best Rate 780 FPM 1190 FPM
Wing Loading 10 lbs./sq. ft. 10.59 lbs./sq. ft.

What does aeronca stand for?

Aeronca, contracted from Aeronautical Corporation of America, located in Middletown, Ohio, is a US manufacturer of engine components and airframe structures for commercial aviation and the defense industry, and a former aircraft manufacturer.

Is Aeronca Champ LSA?

Standard Category: These airplanes are ones already in existence and are mostly vintage aircraft, such as a Piper Cub or Aeronca Champ or Ercoupe, that happened to fall within the LSA definition.

What type of fuselage does the Super Decathlon have?

welded metal tubing
Like the Citabria, the Decathlon features tandem seating and center-stick controls. The fuselage and tail surfaces are constructed of welded metal tubing. The outer shape of the fuselage is created by a combination of wooden formers and longerons, covered with fabric.

Where was aeronca built?

Middletown, Ohio, was chosen, and the company has remained there ever since. All of the airplanes produced from the start of production in 1929 to 1937 are known as the “Lunken” Aeroncas. The first Aeronca built in Middletown was produced on June 5, 1940, and after this time all Aeroncas were built there.

How high can a Cessna 170 fly?

Stock C170 The performance of the 170 fits in the middle, cruising at about 120mph, empty weight 1220, gross weight of 2200 lbs, stall speed about 50mph and a climb rate of about 700fpm. This airplane has the ability to operate in shorter runways or strips (less than 1000ft at sea level).

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