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  • CUSTOM FLIGHT
    can also be bought as a separate kit and retrofitted to Piper Super Cub and Aeronca Champ and Bellanca Citabria aircraft Completions continue at low rate Company plans include an eight seat aircraft to be named Galaxie as well as four and six seat versions of the North Star Contact Details Address RR1 Perkinsfield Ontario L0L 2J0 Canada Tel 1 705 526 96 26 Fax 1 705 526 25 29

    Original URL path: http://www.aviamarket.org/directory/c/1312-custom-flight.html (2016-02-13)
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  • DAC
    the RangeR Contact Details Address Pieter Zeemanweg 116 NL 3316 GZ Dordrecht Netherlands Works Laan von Ypenburg 46 NL 2497 GB Den Haag Tel 31 6 54 94 15 23 A B C D E F G H I J

    Original URL path: http://www.aviamarket.org/directory/d/1389-dac.html (2016-02-13)
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  • de Havilland Canada DHC-4 Caribou
    84 7m 2 912 0sq ft ACCOMMODATION Crew of two and a loadmaster Can carry almost 4 tonnes 5000Ib of cargo including two jeeps or Land Rovers or light artillery pieces Can seat 32 equipped troops or 22 stretcher patients plus medical attendants in air ambulance configuration OPERATORS Australia Cameroon Liberia Malaysia Uganda Zambia HISTORY De Havilland Canada s fourth design was a successful attempt at combining the payload of the DC 3 with the STOL performance of the earlier single engine DHC 2 Beaver and DHC 3 Otter De Havilland Canada DHC originally designed the DHC 4 as a private venture with an eye on Canadian and US military requirements DHC built a prototype demonstrator with assistance from Canada s Department of Defence Production that flew for the first time on July 30 1958 Impressed with the DHC 4 s STOL capabilities and potential the US Army ordered five for evaluation as the YAC 1 to meet its requirement for a tactical airlifter to supply the battlefront with troops and supplies and evacuate casualties on the return journey The US Army went on to become the largest Caribou operator taking delivery of 159 The initial AC 1 designation was later changed to CV 2 and then C 7 when the US Army s CV 2s were transferred to the US Air Force in 1966 the Caribou was the largest aircraft ever operated by the US Army up to that time Caribou production ended in 1973 after 307 had been built mostly for military customers US Army CV 2s Air Force C 7s and Australian DHC 4A Caribou saw extensive service during the Vietnam conflict where the type came into its own The Caribou was well suited to Vietnam s demanding conditions and its STOL performance unmatched by few types

    Original URL path: http://www.aviamarket.org/reviews/military-aircraft/784-dhc-4-caribou.html (2016-02-13)
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  • de Havilland Canada DHC-5 Buffalo
    96ft Oin length 24 08m 79ft Oin height 8 73m 28ft 8in Wing area 87 8m 2 945sq ft ACCOMMODATION Crew of two pilots plus loadmaster Cabin can seat 41 equipped troops or 35 paratroops or 24 stretcher patients and six medical attendants Max payload 8165kg 18 000lb Max airdroppable unit 2720kg 6000lb OPERATORS Cameroon Canada Ecuador Kenya Mauritania Mexico Peru Sudan Tanzania Togo Zaire Zambia UAE HISTORY The Buffalo is a turboprop powered development of the earlier Caribou and was developed specifically to meet a 1962 US Army requirement The US Army selected the Buffalo for development ahead of 24 other contenders for the STOL transport requirement Funding for the development of the DHC 5 initially called Caribou II was split equally between de Havilland Canada the Canadian Government and the US Army The resulting aircraft was closely based on the Caribou but introduced two General Electric CT64 turboprops an increased maximum lift coefficient a T tail and a significantly higher max takeoff weight The US Army funded the development of four CV 7A evaluation Buffalos the first of which flew for the first time on April 9 1964 Unfortunately for de Havilland Canada the same change of US policy that saw the US Army transfer its CV 2s to the US Air Force saw the cancellation of plans to procure production CV 7s The four CV 7As were thus transferred to the USAF as the C 8 A Canadian Armed Forces order for 15 CC 113 Buffalos for search and rescue saved the program from an uncertain future and export orders soon flowed in the first coming from Brazil In all 59 Buffalos were built through to 1972 when production ceased for the first time Proposed but unbuilt Buffalo variants were the DHC 5B with CT64 P4Cs and

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  • DSPE
    Shtil naval air missile defence system as well as autolaunch systems and missile launching equipment for ground and naval complexes The enterprise has quality system certificate of developing and producing military equipment in accordance with ISO 9001 96 It also provides aftersale service for the 3M9M 3M9M3 Kvandrat and 9M38M1 Buk M1 and Shtil systems including repair and spares supply repair documentation and associated repairing equipment Contact Details Address 1

    Original URL path: http://www.aviamarket.org/directory/d/699-dolgoprudniy-scientific-and-production-enterprise-dspe.html (2016-02-13)
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  • DUBNA (DMZ)
    policy since 1993 it has produced components for the Sukhoi Su 29 two seat aerobatic aircraft and developed the Dubna 1 2 series of light aircraft Two Su 29 fuselages were built in 2000 The single seat Dubna I Shmel was simular to the current Osa Dubna has an agreement to build light aircraft designed by MKB Raduga whose precision guided weapons are also manufactured by DMZ The company had

    Original URL path: http://www.aviamarket.org/directory/d/1177-dubna.html (2016-02-13)
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  • FISHER DAKOTA HAWK
    fold for storage FLYING CONTROLS Conventional and manual STRUCTURE Precut shaped and slotted wooden pieces wooden truss fuselage with plywood skin glass fibre cowling LANDING GEAR Tailwheel type fixed Matco wheels and hydraulic brakes Steerable tailwheel shock absorbers and Matco speed fairings on main legs POWER PLANT One 59 6 kW 79 9 hp Rotax 912 UL four stroke engine driving a two blade propeller Optional alternatives include Teledyne Continental

    Original URL path: http://www.aviamarket.org/reviews/civil-aircraft/1165-fisher-dakota-hawk.html (2016-02-13)
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  • DAR
    ultralight was added to DAR s product line in early 2003 Company name revives initials of former Darjavna Aeroplanna Rabotilnitza State Aircraft Factory which produced trainers and a prototype light attack aircraft in late 1930s early 1940s Contact Details Address Mladost 103 A 49 Sofia 1797 Bulgaria URL www aeroplanesdar com A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S

    Original URL path: http://www.aviamarket.org/directory/d/1251-dar.html (2016-02-13)
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