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That’s a SWIFT. Swept Wing Inboard Flap Trim

 

Foot launched as a rigid wing hang glider/glider or powered like the one here.

 

Several manufacturers over the years but likely aeriane built.

 

 

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Yes, Googles algorithms find virtually everything that has ever been posted for public display. And I've spent 20 yrs fine-tuning my internet searching abilities.   As a little thread drift

That's it Kasper. The left wheel folded into a fairing on the right side of the fuselage, and the right wheel into a lefthand fairing. In 1998 Explorer Aircraft was established in Jasper, Texas, to co

Avid Explorer  when it was in Taree in 2012.

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Got it. Just a bit more than half the size of the C 160, and the predecessor of the RAAF's Spartans.

 

You will no doubt know this oldie.

 

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Aero Composites Seahawker is how it was listed in the source of the photo.

 

It was listed in the FAA Registry as a Seahawker (rego now expired). I did not check it's lineage, sorry.

 

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Correct PMcC.

 

Ian, you'd think so. It's hard keeping up with kasper. Not letting the others get much of a chance, but there are a few who manage to get a word in edgewise.

 

The one below is number 23 of 47 since working on the laptop. I'll have to finish off the A's and start on the B's.

 

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I know it's too small to read, but it's the only way I could get it on the one page, however this will give you an idea of the list of manufacturers. This is just the A's.

 

I have not chosen any gliders, weightshift, rotorcraft (with one exception), airliners, common GA or LSA aircraft, and most military aircraft. There are also many manufacturers who may have between 3 and 50 aircraft registered around the world, but have no photos on the database.

 

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OK. The yellow plane is no. 24 of the new collection, which has now reached 75. You have your work cut out for you.

 

 

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