General information about the Glasair 1 series
The American companies Stoddard-Hamilton Aircraft and Glasair Aviation have designed and sold the Glasair 1. The first flight was pulled forward in 1979, the market entry followed in 1980. It was built a total of 807 pieces of the model. The aircraft was the first kit aircraft to have an improved surface, rather than Rutan construction. The design and the production took a lot of time. The first company, Stoddard-Hamilton Aircraft, went into liquidation. The Glasair 1 is a fast long-haul aircraft with a fixed trike (FT). Likewise, the machine has a Traildragger version (TD) and a Einfahrhilfe (RG). In addition, wing extensions are possible. This improves the performance of the machine at a higher altitude. It is made of fiberglass and is known for its single-walled airflow characteristics.
Technical data for the Glasair 1 series
It can carry a crew member and a passenger in the machine. It is 5.94 meters long, 1.88 meters high and has a span of 7.42 meters. The wing area is 7.55 square meters. The empty weight is 621 kilograms and the maximum takeoff weight is 998 kilograms. The fuel tank is 232 liters. The Glasair 1 is powered by a Lycoming IO-360 A1B engine with a power of 150 kilowatts. The top speed touches at 418 kilometers per hour and the cruising speed drops to 324 kilometers per hour. The maximal service ceiling is 5,800 meters.
Products and services for the Glasair 1 series
For the Glasair 1, we not only offer maintenance and servicing. Other services, such as: repairs are carried out on your machine. In such a ground-breaking model, the desire for a particular aircraft is understandable. Here we will discuss your individual wishes.