Windecker Eagle Better Than Ever
A Windecker Eagle, the first composite aircraft to be awarded a type certificate by the FAA, is flying again and is in fact better than new in 1970. N4198G was damaged and rendered un-airworthy 31 years ago, but recently underwent a major restoration and upgrade by Windecker Aircraft in Mooresville...
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