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A2A Aviat Husky

Posted: 29 Jun 2020, 18:13
CookerCook
Do you guys have any plans for an Aviat Husky?

Re: A2A Aviat Husky

Posted: 05 Jul 2020, 15:03
Lewis - A2A
No plans for a Husky right at this moment in time, but it is among the 'type' of aircraft we have had office chat about before.

cheers,
Lewis

Re: A2A Aviat Husky

Posted: 05 Jul 2020, 15:30
Ron Attwood
For God's sake!

Re: A2A Aviat Husky

Posted: 06 Jul 2020, 01:36
CookerCook
Sorry I have this compulsion of landing it on a taxiway somewhere.

Re: A2A Aviat Husky

Posted: 06 Jul 2020, 05:35
Lewis - A2A
Ron Attwood wrote:
05 Jul 2020, 15:30
For God's sake!
I wrote it with you in my Heart Ron :mrgreen: :mrgreen:

Re: A2A Aviat Husky

Posted: 06 Jul 2020, 07:29
Tomas Linnet
Lewis - A2A wrote:
05 Jul 2020, 15:03
No plans for an Avro Lancaster right at this moment in time, but it is an aircraft we have had long office chats about before.

cheers,
Lewis
:mrgreen: :mrgreen: :mrgreen:

Re: A2A Aviat Husky

Posted: 06 Jul 2020, 14:02
Ron Attwood
I KNEW it! :D

Re: A2A Aviat Husky

Posted: 06 Jul 2020, 14:03
Ron Attwood
Lewis - A2A wrote:
05 Jul 2020, 15:03
No plans for a Brabazon right at this moment in time, but it is among the 'type' of aircraft we have had office chat about before.

cheers,
Lewis
:mrgreen: :mrgreen: :mrgreen:

Re: A2A Aviat Husky

Posted: 06 Jul 2020, 17:13
Paughco
dare I say it? This discussion looks like a new form of "Ban The Person Above You."

Seeya
ATB

Re: A2A Aviat Husky

Posted: 06 Jul 2020, 18:14
patful
Lewis - A2A wrote:
05 Jul 2020, 15:03
No plans for a second ban thread right at this moment in time, but it is among the 'type' of thread we have had office chat about before.
cheers,
Lewis
:P

Re: A2A Aviat Husky

Posted: 07 Jul 2020, 17:54
Scott - A2A
I've never flown a Husky but from what I hear they are very nice airplanes. Once we get through the Aerostar we will then see what is next, but it has to be something we can have full access to or own.

Scott

Re: A2A Aviat Husky

Posted: 07 Jul 2020, 18:40
patful
How about a fully-aerobatic 8KCAB Super Decathlon? It would be a change of pace from the GA aircraft offered so far, and there are plenty of them around.

Re: A2A Aviat Husky

Posted: 07 Jul 2020, 21:39
Hook
Scott - A2A wrote:
07 Jul 2020, 17:54
Once we get through the Aerostar we will then see what is next, but it has to be something we can have full access to or own.
A Stearman, a Beaver or a DC-3. Something with character. Something slightly removed from standard GA aircraft and warbirds. Something that, simply flying it is an adventure. Something with historical importance. Something that the current owners love, beyond reason or their actual value. Something... special.

Hook

Re: A2A Aviat Husky

Posted: 07 Jul 2020, 21:48
AKar
Got an access to Cessna 190/195? :mrgreen:

-Esa

Re: A2A Aviat Husky

Posted: 07 Jul 2020, 23:41
Dogsbody55
Scott - A2A wrote:
07 Jul 2020, 17:54
Once we get through the Aerostar we will then see what is next, but it has to be something we can have full access to or own.

Scott
How about that Comanche 400 you have tucked away?? From the videos you've shown, that thing looks like a beast. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UPpjxryfD0c I'd love to see those braked wheels getting dragged along under engine run up. It's a rare plane too. Less than 150 built and only about 50 flying today. Good performance too from what I've read. How about 185kn cruise at sea level??

A beaver would be great too, as would a Beech D-18. And I'd like to suggest a Convair 240 or 340/440 as your next COTS venture. There's still some flying.


Cheers,
Mike