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Advanced Aero Announces Production of G2 and G3, Web Store, and...

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Advanced Aero Components (AAC) announced in a press release that the new web store is now open for business. Ian Baker, the company's CEO...

Ted Setzer named Arlington Airport’s person of the year

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Ted Setzer, of Granite Falls, who recently retired from airplane maker Glasair, is being honored as the Arlington Airport Person of the Year.

Arlington’s Glasair Becomes State’s 2nd Largest Plane Maker

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The light sport Merlin marks a major shift for the company, which has made more 3,000 kit airplanes since it began in 1979. Unlike kit planes, which are assembled by their owners, the Merlin will be sold ready to fly.

History of Glasair Aviation

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In 1980 the kit aircraft industry was revolutionized by the introduction of the Glasair - the world's first pre-molded composite kit plane. Glasair Aviation...

Another airplane manufacturer takes wing in Washington’s skies

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By Dominic Gates, Seattle Times aerospace reporter. The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) recently certified a composite airplane built in Washington state, just a year after its first...

FAA Certifies Merlin LSA

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On March 29, 2016 Glasair Aviation of Arlington, Washington, received FAA certification of its much-anticipated Merlin Light Sport Aircraft (LSA). For nearly 40 years Glasair...

GlaStar Celebrates 20 Years

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Read 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...

Glasair Announces Two Weeks to Taxi Sportsman 2012 Price Increase of...

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Glasair has announced a price increase for the TWTT Sportsman, but is offering savings on orders placed by November 30. Due to increasing parts and...

New Sportsman TC Announced at Oshkosh 2010

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Glasair Aviation introduced the newest member of their composite piston aircraft family: the Sportsman TC, which merges the proven Sportsman high utility aircraft with...

Bumpy Ride

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From the Top It’s been a bumpy ride over the past few years, hasn’t it? As a Glasair builder, I know first hand what each...