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Posted on March 7, 2017 at 2:30pm 3 Comments 6 Likes
Based on the success of the STOL CH 801-HD as a commercial spray plane (a.k.a. the CH-8000), Zenair has quietly been working on an even larger and more capable STOL aircraft than the currently available HD model. Among other modifications, this new CH 801-EX has 4 feet of…Continue
Posted on March 16, 2015 at 8:32am 0 Comments 0 Likes
Reminder to all Zenith Builders: Zenair offers a wide range of Firewall Forward Packages (FWF) for a variety of different engines for the CH series of kitplanes. These include full packages, individual components as well as engine-related options. For full details, visit: http://zenair.weebly.com/firewall-forward-packages.html.
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Posted on July 22, 2014 at 2:00pm 0 Comments 3 Likes
Last Saturday was Zenair's 40th Anniversary Fly-in and Open House, with special guest Chris Heintz, Zenair founder and designer of the CH series of kit aircraft. View photos and details on the event!
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Posted on May 6, 2012 at 11:30am 0 Comments 6 Likes
The show last month was a great success as we celebrated a new beginning for Zenair in Europe. On display was the first new and much-anticipated factory-assembled and Italian-built light-weight CH 650Ei (European ultralight category)!
Designer Chris Heintz was present as well as production personnel from ICP - and regional distributors from nine different European countries!…Continue
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Chris here in Sydney I will be with you at Natfly09 on the stand with Liezel and running the Zenith Australia BBQ. I will even throw a shrimp or two on as well just for you. Its a 5 hour car drive from Sydney airport to Natfly at Naramine.
We will talk some more.. Also I sorted out your Aussie pilots licence to fly when you get there.