Adam Aircraft Announces Official Application for FAA Type Certification

Apr 19, 2001, 01:00 ET from Adam Aircraft Industries

    ENGLEWOOD, Colo., April 19 /PRNewswire/ -- Adam Aircraft Industries
 (www.adamaircraft.com) the Colorado-based manufacturer of the M-309 twin
 engine, in-line aircraft, has announced that it has officially applied for
 Part 23 Type Certification with the Denver Aircraft Certification Office (ACO)
 of the Federal Aviation Administration.  The certification process will take
 place at Adam Aircraft's new 55,000 square foot facility located in Englewood,
 Colorado.  Certification is currently scheduled for 2003.
     "This is very exciting for us because it officially marks the beginning of
 the certification process," said John Knudsen, president of Adam Aircraft.
 "We look forward to a productive partnership with the ACO here in Denver."
     The Denver ACO Manager, Ronald May said, "We are impressed with the
 professionalism and progress that Adam Aircraft has displayed, and are
 enthusiastic about working with them on certification of the M-309 aircraft."
     After announcing the introductory price of $695,000 for the first 20
 aircraft, Adam Aircraft has begun taking deposits of $25,000 for a delivery
 position.  Deposits are being taken on a first-come first-served basis and
 will be fully refundable with interest.  A few delivery positions remain
 available at the introductory price.
     The M-309 is a 6-place, all composite, centerline thrust piston twin.
 Modern technology such as carbon composite structure, a glass cockpit and
 single power-lever engines make this a state-of-the-art aircraft.  It will
 have a 2,300 pound useful load with a fuel capacity of 250 gallons.  At
 20,000 feet, the airplane will have a maximum speed of 250 knots with cruise
 at 220 knots and an economy cruise of 190 knots.  The cruising range will be
 1,500 nautical miles when operating in fuel economy mode.  It has a wing span
 of 42 feet, is 34.5 feet long and 9.5 feet high.  The cabin length is
 13.6 feet long by 4.3 feet wide.
 
     Adam Aircraft Industries, based in Englewood, Colo., was founded in 1998
 to produce a twin-engine aircraft that provides a combination of
 groundbreaking technology, reliability, comfort and safety.  The company's new
 headquarters and manufacturing facility are located on the grounds of metro
 Denver's Centennial Airport and Phase I includes 50,000 square feet of office
 and manufacturing space.  Adam Aircraft can be reached at (303) 406-5900,
 fax (303) 406-5950 or from their web site www.adamaircraft.com .  Their
 address is 12876 E. Jamison Circle, Englewood, CO 80112.
 
 

SOURCE Adam Aircraft Industries
    ENGLEWOOD, Colo., April 19 /PRNewswire/ -- Adam Aircraft Industries
 (www.adamaircraft.com) the Colorado-based manufacturer of the M-309 twin
 engine, in-line aircraft, has announced that it has officially applied for
 Part 23 Type Certification with the Denver Aircraft Certification Office (ACO)
 of the Federal Aviation Administration.  The certification process will take
 place at Adam Aircraft's new 55,000 square foot facility located in Englewood,
 Colorado.  Certification is currently scheduled for 2003.
     "This is very exciting for us because it officially marks the beginning of
 the certification process," said John Knudsen, president of Adam Aircraft.
 "We look forward to a productive partnership with the ACO here in Denver."
     The Denver ACO Manager, Ronald May said, "We are impressed with the
 professionalism and progress that Adam Aircraft has displayed, and are
 enthusiastic about working with them on certification of the M-309 aircraft."
     After announcing the introductory price of $695,000 for the first 20
 aircraft, Adam Aircraft has begun taking deposits of $25,000 for a delivery
 position.  Deposits are being taken on a first-come first-served basis and
 will be fully refundable with interest.  A few delivery positions remain
 available at the introductory price.
     The M-309 is a 6-place, all composite, centerline thrust piston twin.
 Modern technology such as carbon composite structure, a glass cockpit and
 single power-lever engines make this a state-of-the-art aircraft.  It will
 have a 2,300 pound useful load with a fuel capacity of 250 gallons.  At
 20,000 feet, the airplane will have a maximum speed of 250 knots with cruise
 at 220 knots and an economy cruise of 190 knots.  The cruising range will be
 1,500 nautical miles when operating in fuel economy mode.  It has a wing span
 of 42 feet, is 34.5 feet long and 9.5 feet high.  The cabin length is
 13.6 feet long by 4.3 feet wide.
 
     Adam Aircraft Industries, based in Englewood, Colo., was founded in 1998
 to produce a twin-engine aircraft that provides a combination of
 groundbreaking technology, reliability, comfort and safety.  The company's new
 headquarters and manufacturing facility are located on the grounds of metro
 Denver's Centennial Airport and Phase I includes 50,000 square feet of office
 and manufacturing space.  Adam Aircraft can be reached at (303) 406-5900,
 fax (303) 406-5950 or from their web site www.adamaircraft.com .  Their
 address is 12876 E. Jamison Circle, Englewood, CO 80112.
 
 SOURCE  Adam Aircraft Industries