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First off, I would like to thank everyone who has been visiting this site to read my posts. It is nice to see that people from all over the word are reading through my posts. My purpose for this blog was also to have a place where you can get your modification posted for others to see.
I would love to hear from you readers. Let me know what you are working on. Tell me about your projects and I will get it into a post and we can all learn form the information. It doesn’t have to be about a specific modification to your aircraft.This is a flexible format and I am open to hear from you.
I would also like to request that everyone who reads this site please recommend that one of your friends reads it too. I am trying to increase traffic to the site in an organic fashion. I want as many pilots and builders to visit as possible.
Please mention it in your news letter or let your aviation group know about kitaircraftmods.com at a meeting. This will in turn help others to consider putting their ideas forward and so on.
I have been working on the content for my other web site. www.homebuiltaviation.com. On it I have just highlighted a company owned by a friend of mine. Paul Reidlinger owns Fisher Flying Products.
This is a company that manufactures very light, one and two person wooden aircraft. They are based on a geodetic design and they make very strong aircraft when assembled. He has something like 16 designs that are available in formats ranging from plans to quick build kits.
Paul knows these designs like the back of his hand and has taken the company to a new level since he has purchased it. Paul has built three of his own aircraft and brings to the company a wealth of knowledge gleaned from years working in the wood molding industry.
His head office and manufacturing facility are located in Caledon at the Brampton airport. I suggest you look him up if you are interested in building a small aircraft that is in the ultralight category but is fully enclosed.
You can contact him though his website: www.fisherflying.com
I am looking forward to hearing from you. If you do not want to post a comment on the blog, you can contact me directly at email@example.com
Have a Great Flight!!