Flying High

May 2009
PN;May2009, Vol. 63 Issue 5, p59
Trade Publication
The article reports that Union Aviation Co.can no longer manufacture the Cessna control. International Wheelchair Aviators (IWA) said that the impossibility of hand controls' creation was due to the retirement of several manufacturers. Meanwhile, the drawings of Blackwood controls as well as the copy of its supplemental type certificates are available at IWA and that Charles City Aeronautics' folks are active in making their controls.


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