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Dave Carney, e-mail, 23.03.2021 02:43

David, I'd love an image if you can locate it.

Thanks.
Dave


Ken Whatmough, e-mail, 26.01.2021 05:29

Hi Ed. You might not remember me, but my dad knew your dad and told me about Avian Industries. About 25 years ago I met your dad and he told me a little about Avian's history. Hope you're doing well these days.
Regards,
Ken


edward hunt, e-mail, 01.12.2020 01:44

this was the passion project of Aeronautics Engineer, Gordon Hunt. I am not sure as to entire history of this project but found a "Fifth Estate" episode centred on the two engineers, Gord Samson and Gordon Hunt.

Ed Hunt


David Klein, e-mail, 29.11.2020 08:45

I have a nice photo of CF-NWS-X that was found in a home in Listowel, Ontario. Feel free to contact me if you'd like an image.


Hartmuth Thaler, e-mail, 01.05.2020 15:31

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lyle, e-mail, 18.05.2016 01:46

i have a tail prop.want to know more about it.


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Jon, e-mail, 05.01.2012 00:10

In answer to the earlier questions:
(1) There is one example still in existence at the Hollister (California) airport, registered as N656JT.
(2)This was never designed to be a kit, and was certified with the expectation of factory production, so plans for amateur construction were never prepared.


Alfredo Lopez-Diez, e-mail, 19.09.2010 20:17

Why it is said that "the craft did not reach stall until 40 km/h"?

My understanding is that an autogyro is always under control even at speeds below the ones it can not sustain level flight, therefore ther is no stall. This was the main intention of its inventor Juan de la Cierva

Regards


Erness Wild, e-mail, 24.11.2008 06:00

It exists in storage in the U.S. renamed as the Pegasus Mk 3. There's a good article I found here: http://www.gyroplane.aero/gyro_article_2003.html


Herman Thompson, e-mail, 25.06.2007 05:27

Are their any left intack and if so where and if plans are avible now thanks




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