Christavia MK-4 (4 place}We have acquired the design rights to the popular Christavia MK1, Christavia MK2, and MK4 homebuilt aircraft from the designer, Ron Mason of Elmwood Aviation in Canada. The Christavia was designed in 1982 as a mission field workhorse. Design requirements were short take-off and landing, small engine (low fuel consumption), low stall speed, good cruise speed and rate of climb, large cabin area, low maintenance and high safety factor.
The Christavia is easy to fly, and the Iarge cabin makes long flights very comfortable. Over 1000 sets of the plans have been sold for the Christavia MK1 (two place tandem), Christavia MK2 (two place side-by-side), and MK4 (four place). We have plans available for these aircraft, part number 01-00665 as well as a free information pack. Complete materials packages for construction of the aircraft are available through us.
WARNING: The product may contain and/or expose you to a chemical(s) or substance(s) which are known to the State of California to cause cancer and/or birth defects or other reproductive harm. www.P65Warnings.ca.gov
Both The Christavia MK-4 Manual and the Christavia Infomation Package are and have been very helpfull in my desision to put my current set of MK-4 Aircraft Plans to use just as soon as I Can find enough room to get started on Building This Aircraft,And getting it in the Air and Flying!!! .
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Nice packet full of good info on the plane itself, but i was hoping for more info on the plans themselves, Maybe a couple sample pages would be nice.
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