The enclosure will come as a kit that will take between 75 to 100 hours to adapt, assemble, and install on your aircraft. The kit will include all that you need in the way of materials, except for glues, cleaners, primer, and paint.
If you've seen the Air Cam promo video, you're familar with some of the breathtaking views that Costa Rica has to offer. Much of the flying in this area was done in San Isidro de General in Costa Rica. A friend, Alberto Esquivel, graciously hosted us.
Now you can experience the exhilaration and sheer beauty of flying those same AirCams! Don Alberto, a friend of the company, has recently opened one of the premier boutique haciendas and spas in the world. There are activities for you and your entire family!
Visit http://altagraciacr.com/ and see for yourself, you won't be disappointed.
Many of you know the AirCam was first designed to fulfill a photography mission in Nairobi, Africa, for National Geographic magazine. (That aircraft is currently hanging above the Fergus Plaza in the lobby of the EAA AirVenture Museum in Oshkosh. Stop by during EAA AirVenture Oshkosh 2015 to view the aircraft. Museum admission is always free to EAA members.)
Today, there is another AirCam flying the sky of Kenya. Alexis Peltier operates Air Adventures, flying an AirCam and a Cessna 206 to take adventurers to places unreachable by ground-bound vehicles.