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AirCam Specifications See what makes the AirCam from Lockwood Aircraft the best homebuilt airplane kit in the world today. The AirCam and Super Drifter kits offer the ability to fly low and slow with cruising speeds between 50-100 mph allowing you to fully enjoy the panoramic views.

Check out the technical specifications on the 2015 kits.
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Pricing Information Lockwood Aircraft Corp produces the AirCam kit aircraft in Sebring, FL.

All components included in the AirCam Kit have been carefully chosen and designed to provide optimum safety, performance, & reliability when assembled, installed & maintained properly.  

AirCam Flies Slow and Low

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N ow you can fly places that no other Airplane will let you go!  The AirCam is a twin-engine experimental home built aircraft that can fly 10 feet above the tree tops, then climb up and away on one engine if needed.

Such slow and low exploration can't be done in any other twin-engine GA plane, or any other Aircraft, with the same level of assurance.

  • Twin Engine Safety
  • Great Handling
  • Stunning slow-speed abilities
  • Take off under 100 feet
  • Land under 500 feet
  • Complete kits available

AirCams can take off on one engine, and with both Rotax 912's turning, leap off terra firma in less than 200 feet and climb safely at impressive terrain and obstacle clearing angles. With an AirCam you can cruise whisper quiet, just off idle, at the fantastic low level sight seeing speed of only 55mph while burning as little as 3.5 gph. This is just a small piece of why we say that the AirCam from Lockwood Aircraft is simply the greatest flying experience in the world.

In The News

AOPA Live This Week

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Photographs and videos captured by those who fly the AirCam, a unique open-cockpit twin, have helped build the aircraft's following. Ride along with Red Bull Air Race World Championship pilot Hannes Arch as he puts his precision-flying skills to the test turning a wind farm into a slalom course. A father, a daughter, and a seaplane rating for two prove to be just the sort of fun that builds an aviation family's bond.

View The Video | Read The Article

By Dave Hirschman
April 6, 2016




AirCam's SouthWest Fly-In - September 12-15, 2016

az-01Our plans have been completed for the Page, Az. area fly-in. The AirCam owners, friends and customers event will be held from September 12-15 in Bluff, Utah. This is the location we used extensively years ago to base out of and fly Lake Powell, Monument Valley, Valley of the Gods, and Arch Canyon.

You don't want to miss what may be a once in a lifetime experience! It is important that anyone attending any of this event contact Robert Meyer This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it ASAP even if you've already done so.

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AirCam Partnerships

Interested in partnering in an AirCam to make your aviation dream come true? Partnership opportunities may be available. E-mail Robert Meyer, This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it , or call 407-670-8382 to learn more.

See the AirCam on Floats

Read more about the "Amphibious AirCam" in the September 2010 issue of Today's Pilot that can be found on our press page.

Click on the image below to watch the video.
Experience the AirCam
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The AirCam fits both Clamar and Montana floats. See floats being installed on an AirCam in our photo gallery.

AirCam Events

EAA Airventure Oshkosh, WI

July 25-31, 2016

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AirCam's SouthWest Fly

September 12-15, 2016

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BBC Travel Feature

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A View That Puts Window Seats to Shame
 
Crossing the US in an open-air, two-seat aeroplane afforded an extraordinary look at the world below.
By Jeff Greenwald
April 2015

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