R-80 Tiger Moth
Now you can relive a part of world history when you fly your own replica of the DeHavilland Tiger Moth. You will sense the moments in history when thousands of British Commonwealth pilots were learning to fly in preparation for their part of World War II. With your leather helmet.
The Celebrity handles well. The takeoff is short, even when it’s loaded with fuel and passenger. The normal takeoff will vary with your choice of engine, but the prototype with 65 horsepower gets off the ground in 300 feet.
Sharing the responsive flight characteristics of the FP-404, the two-place Classic lets you share the experience with a passenger. Dual controls give you the option of front or back position, and an 85 mph cruise speed gives you just plain fun.
It will turn a love of flying into a passion. Once in the bi-plane cockpit, you can’t wait to get into the air. Cruise speed is an invigorating 70 mph, with exceptional stability for hands-off flight capability.
This airplane offers you four-cycle dependability with the pleasure of flying a light, agile performer. The Youngster flies on the time proven 2315 airfoil with stainless wires and a bubble canopy.
The Dakota Hawk is undaunted by demanding pilots, high-performance flight, or cross-country trips.
The Horizon 2 was designed with the larger pilot in mind, so the cockpit has ample room for a 6’6″ person weighing 280 pounds. The tandem seating arrangement eliminates the cheek to cheek seating in most other two-place aircraft.
Fisher Flying Products is proud to offer the Avenger to ultralight and light plane builders and flyers. The ultralight/light plane industry has lost sight of the original impetus for the movement of “Low Cost Flying.”
A steerable tail wheel and optional electric start are your first indications that flying the Koala is as easy as owning it. Optional brakes assist in shorter take off and landing rolls.
Designed to be as portable as possible, the 303’s wings are easily folded back to rest on the cantilevered horizontal stabilizer. Field assembly time is less than 10 minutes. Once ready to fly, positive steering on the ground is matched by positively magnificent performance in the air.
Once you are in the cockpit of the FP-505, you can’t wait to get into the air. In a short distance of 150 feet you are air-borne and climbing at 800 feet per minute.
The 606 handles much like the 150 or 152. A steerable nose wheel points you in the right direction and full power has you airborne in 150 feet or less.
The Horizon provides true STOL performance, good slow speed stability and a startling climb rate. It can carry a payload equal to its weight and is an excellent platform for lightweight floats or skis.
A steerable tail wheel and optional electric start are your first indications that flying the Super Koala is as easy as owning it. Optional brakes assist in shorter take-off and landing rolls.