First Flight of Ed Hoeppner’s Glasair III

On Oct 17,2017, three days short of 10 years of building, Glasair lll C-GKVE flew for the first time. The kit was purchased in...

Advanced Aero Components Acquires Glasair II and III Assets

Glasair Aviation USA, LLC. and Advanced Aero Components "AAC" announced the sale of product line assets for the Glasair II and III models. According to Ian...

Wrap School

I have found that wrapping the airplane can be quite frustrating but I’m learning a lot. I've been testing 3M 1080 wrap and the Avery...

Windshield Installation “Bush Fix” When Clecos Run Out

At one point during the installation of our windshield it became clear that we needed an additional wingnut cleco - the windshield simply wasn't conforming to the shape of the fuselage joggle as well as expected. We had exhausted our supply of wingnut clecos, so what were we to do?

Glasair I, II, III Options & Accessories Catalog (Archive)

This was the Glasair Options catalog as it was available on Glasair Aviation's website and is preserved here for archival purposes. A PDF version...

Glasair II RG, N131CB: Incident occurred December 30, 2016 in Arlington, WA

Aircraft experienced electrical failure and made forced landing off airport in Arlington, Washington A single-engine plane landed without its gear fully extended near Arlington Municipal...

First Flight of Bill Kerschbaum’s Glasair I-RG

Bill reports: "Successful first three flights in my Glasair I-RG last week. Working on some squawks, and hope to continue flying later this week....
Glasair VH-KJX airborne

First Flight of Bruce Kirkwood’s Glasair Super II

Bruce Kirkwood reported a successful first flight today of Glasair Super II kit #2465: "Nearly eleven years in to my four year project, VH-KJX...
Glasair III

Glasair Specifications and Performance

The Glasair is the ultimate high performance aircraft. With its Lycoming engine, the Glasair is a fast, sleek, aerobatic cross-country machine that will take...

Does Anybody Wax Airplanes Any More?

Q (George Kraft): Just wondering if the newer paints don’t require it or if they benefit at all from waxing. Seems like a lot...
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