Aircraft Company Links

Companies

Aviat Aircraft : makers of the renown Pitts aerobatic aircraft along with the formidable Husky backcountry machine, these guys have been around for some time and are established manufacturers of some high performance machines.

Cessna : this household name in aviation offers browser's photos and fact sheets from their latest offerings from the SkyCatcher to their Citation line of business jets.

Cirrus : has rocketed to dominance in the composite piston engine market, their SR20 and SR22 models are some of the most popular new aircraft in the air. Check out their site for a peek at the Cirrus Jet as well.

Columbia : is currently having some difficult times, but their aircraft are sought after enough that several other companies are jumping at the chance to keep the Columba 350 and 400 in production.

CubCrafters : are responsible for the rebirth and re-engineering of the Super Cub. They offer a both a Sport Cub and Top Cub, making them highly sought after high performance back-country machines.

Diamond : got their start by making motorgliders, which means they knew how to make aircraft sleek and efficient from the beginning. They now offer single engine aircraft for training or travel, a turbodiesel twin and the D-Jet.

EADS Socata : produces piston and turbine aircraft including the TBM-850, a single engine turboprop with performance that rivals VLJs.

Hawker Beechcraft : is another of the standard names in aviation. Their site has details for everything from private and business aircraft, to the aircraft they produce for the military.

Maule : is known for making some of the best STOL (Short Takeoff and Landing) aircraft around. Along with information about their aircraft and company, their website has a description of this amazing picture.

Mooney : has a reputation for some of the most refined aircraft in the GA market today. With their distinct tail feathers Mooney's have been turning heads for over 50 years.

Pilatus : has a reputation of precision and performance. They make turbine aircraft for back-country and business flying as well as aircraft used around the world for military applications.

Piper : has roots that stretch all the way back to an aviation classic: the J-3 Cub. Continuing to produce trainers, private and business aircraft, Piper now offers piston and turboprop aircraft as well as the Piper Jet.

Seawind : is developing a sleek, piston single amphibian called the 300C. The company is currently having some rough times, but once they recover their aircraft will offer the same speed and luxury of many other aircraft while adding the advantage of being able to operate on water.

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