July 16, 2007
Glasair Aviation’s Two Weeks-To-Taxi Program Expands to Include Van’s RV-7 and RV-10 Aircraft
Growing from a program centered on Glasair Aviationís Sportsman 2+2, a new subsidiary company, Two Weeks To Taxi, LLC, has been formed to continue the Sportsman program but has also added the Vanís RV-7 two-place and RV-10 four-place aircraft. As with the Sportsman program, builders will work in the firmís Arlington, Washington, factory alongside trained technicians who will be working from a strictly controlled build plan in order to bring the airplane to a taxi-test-ready state in two weeks. The program is slated to begin in the first quarter of 2008.
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