Our most recent AirCam gathering was one for the books; the largest gathering of AirCam owners and aircraft ever!
On behalf of all of us at Lockwood Aircraft, we sincerely appreciate your patronage. Thank you so much for being a part of the AirCam adventure!
photo credit: Andrew Doughty
My friend Rob Gibbs and I had no sooner landed after flying from Sebring, Florida (KSEF), to Oshkosh, Wisconsin (KOSH) in 17.1 hours when Justin Smith started his queries as to who was flying the return trip with me.
"You already have a return ticket," I responded. "I bought trip insurance for $9," he replied. That's the best 9 dollars he ever spent!
Justin and I departed Oshkosh on Sunday, July 26, just 10 minutes before noon. "Air Cam 912LA, thanks for coming to Oshkosh; you are cleared for take off, Runway18 Right. Stay on runway heading at or below 1,300 feet till clear of the area." After I read back the controller's instructions, we chewed up 150 feet of runway for departure, climbed to 500 feet AGL and stayed there.
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.