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Message: [IAC-L:968] Re: Atlantis by Aircraft Technologies, Inc.?
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From: Stephen Seidel <theshack at planet.net>
Date: Mon, 15 Sep 1997 21:58:47 UTC
jcowgar at juno.com wrote: > > Has anyone looked into the Atlantis by Aircraft Technologies, Inc? They > are the manufacturers of the Acro 1 and also produce an airplane called > the Atlantis that is sopose to be a fully competitive aircraft all the > way through Advanced. They say it's capable of every maneuver in the book > with two people. It's side-by-side seating and arranged like a > cross-country aircraft, but designed first as an aerobatic aircraft, then > a cross country aircraft. > > I would be interested in hearing anything at all about the aircraft. It > could be the one I am looking for, or maybe I should just build a two > place simple cheap aircraft like the Christavia Mk 1, and a One Design? > > Thanks for any input. > > Jeremy Cowgar - KB8LFA > jcowgar at juno.com Jeremy Writer Harley Carnes wrote a superb article in his Experimental column in the "Atlantic Flyer". He met with the designer/builder and test flew the aircraft going through the advanced envelope. It is capable of flying unlimited with no problems I understand. The article was several months ago but I believe you could obtain a copy by Emailing the publisher. You may wish to contact the author Harley Carnes personally. His address should be archived in the IAC mail list or be found at the chapter 52 homepage. I got a chance to see the aircraft At Oshkosh. It was an impressive machine and the designer a pleasure to talk to. Stephen Seidel Thin Air Ltd. Pitts S2a