I am wishing to build a long-EZ. Where and at what cost am I able to obtain the plans. if anyone can help me. thank you
Jason Wisbey, e-mail, 05.06.2015 10:43
I am wishing to build a long-EZ. Where and at what cost am I able to obtain the plans.
Michel, e-mail, 16.03.2015 01:09
I could report the cost of the plans for its construction. regards Michel
SARAJAFARI, e-mail, 20.12.2014 20:38
hi i wana make this myself at home but i need a price list for the kit frome whole body to power point.thanks if u send the price ,
JEFF NAKUYA, e-mail, 05.01.2013 12:55
ITS WOW! BUT THEY R NOT IN KENYA
Jan HENKES, e-mail, 10.05.2011 00:29
I got spoiled, a dear friend of mine built a very nice EZ but didn't have a license. As soon as I got my PPL he let me fly it. Especially after the C-150 this was pure heaven, the LongEZ is like a glove you put on and it does all you want it to and more. Together we made many trips along the west coast meeting many interesting an always friendly EZ people.
The best advice I can give potential builders looking for complete and up to date plans is to purchase the Cozy (IV) plans. Nat's plans still have very much EZ in them, and an advantage is that you can bring the kids...
Randy White, e-mail, 20.04.2011 20:58
I need a set of plans for the boat stage only.
Carlos Schirmer, e-mail, 22.01.2011 00:56
John Denverīs last breaths were in one of these airplanes. He was a great person.
Marty, e-mail, 16.11.2010 05:09
I'm looking for LongEZ plans too...
Tom Staggs, e-mail, 16.10.2010 19:06
Rutan no longer sells plans for the long-EZ or VariEze, but there are second-hand plans available. There is no longer support from RAF, but there remains an experienced pool of prior builders and some professional assist companies. Builders are found around the world.
The Long-EZ has basically the same fuselage as the VariEze, but a much larger wing that allows it to carry more fuel and baggage. Cruise speeds for the two planes are similar.
Rob Robertson, e-mail, 20.08.2010 08:56
I was a kid when the EZ and Long EZ were first odd, but really cool looking air craft came on the market. I loved to build things and worked with tools and i felt i was pretty good at it and that some day I would build a kit and learn to fly it. Too many things kept getting in my way and now I am 81 years old and I realized its too late for me,, if this is your dream, go for it. Never let the little things get in the way of your dream. i can promise you, If I can ever come back again, I will build an EZ or an equivalent. So watch out for me it will be painted red, white and blue.
Bill White, e-mail, 16.07.2010 15:36
I own one that I built. It trimed out perfect on the first test flight. It has a 118 HP Lycoming O-235 L2C. I'm thinking about selling it. It has 140 hours on it. My email address is firstname.lastname@example.org if anyone has any questions.
J. Haymaker, e-mail, 16.06.2010 02:14
I would be interested to know the average cost and hours to build the plane fuselage.
john quong, e-mail, 03.06.2010 18:05
surely there must be experts that can resurrect this plane for home builders in australia.. where do we start...can we better the original or is there a club for the hard nosed genuine rutan long eze followers.. from joh knee in down under
george barba, e-mail, 21.03.2010 05:59
Whare can i find this plane new or use my email email@example.com
JOHN CURIN, e-mail, 01.11.2009 07:03
I would like to know, how dose a Long EZ differ from a EZ, and a Vary EZ? Can you still get drowings? Where?
Russell Boyd, e-mail, 19.10.2009 21:59
Can I buy plans for this airplane?
Reg Finch, e-mail, 25.07.2008 13:35
The San Diego Flight Museum flies one regularly to airshows out of the Brown Field airport . Memberships start at $ 20/year . 619 435 1075 . sandiegoflightmuseum.org