GlaStar Celebrates 20 Years

EAA-Experimenter_June-2014Read Dave Prizio’s article in the June issue of EAA Experimenter

If the proof of any airplane is in how it flies, the GlaStar does pretty well. Using the Cessna 172 as a benchmark, the GlaStar lands more slowly, cruises much faster, and is much more roomy and comfortable for two passengers than any 172. It does, however, lack rear seats. It is a lot less expensive, too, although admittedly some assembly is required.

Full story here.

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Omar Filipovic
Omar Filipovic is president of the Glasair Aircraft Owners Association as well as the chief tinkerer and content editor for this website. He is also the web editor for Kitplanes Magazine. Omar is building a GlaStar in Portland, Oregon.