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September Small Aircraft New Roundup
There’s always something happening in the general aviation field. Here’s a look at some of the small aircraft stories people are talking about today. The U.S. general aviation industry is poised to enter a new phase of technology. During the month... [from Lindbergh Aircraft Tug Co.]
Small Airplane Accident with High-Tension Power Line is in the News
FAA and NTSB authorities are investigating the July 7 crash of a small plane in Baytown, TX. Preliminary reports indicate that the aircraft may have suffered damage when it hit a power line. Pilot Gary Flynt, his wife Linda and their eight year-ol... [from Lindbergh Aircraft Tug Co.]
What?s Happening with the Small Airplane Revitalization Act
The Small Airplane Revitalization Act, signed into law by President Barack Obama in 2013, took a serious hit last month during a House Aviation Subcommittee hearing. At that time the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) revealed that they do not ... [from Lindbergh Aircraft Tug Co.]
Small Aircraft News Roundup
Here’s a look at some of the top small aircraft stories making the news: South Florida sunbathers had an unexpected visitor recently. Pilot Jafet Cordeiro brought his single-engine Cessna down for an emergency landing behind a luxury condo buildin... [from Lindbergh Aircraft Tug Co.]
Pilot Overcomes Heart Problems to Set 5 Records
Sometimes aviation is more than just a means to get from one place to another. For one man, piloting a plane celebrates the possibilities of life and the importance of realizing your dreams. California resident Michael Combs discovered back in the... [from Lindbergh Aircraft Tug Co.]
Airplane Off Course Shuts Down US Capitol Again
For the third time in five years, an unauthorized aircraft caused an evacuation of the US Capital last month. Around 1:30 pm on June 7, two F-16 fighter jets intercepted the small plane after it entered restricted airspace. When authorities were u... [from Lindbergh Aircraft Tug Co.]
Antiques or Junk? Manila Airport Seeks to Unload Abandoned Aircraft
A flea market for airplanes? That may be just what official have on their hands at Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA) in Manila, Philippines. The general aviation area holds one dozen abandoned and outdated aircraft that the Manila Internat... [from Lindbergh Aircraft Tug Co.]
Aviation News Roundup
Here’s a look at what’s happening in the world of general aviation: Industry members and pilots continue to react to USA Today’s investigative report titled “Unfit for Flight”. It alleged that numerous small-aircraft crashes blamed on pilot error ... [from Lindbergh Aircraft Tug Co.]
Emergency Parachute Saves Lives in Crash
Thanks to advances in aviation safety, two people recently escaped injury when their plane crashed in Burlington, MA. The pilot was able to successfully deploy the plane’s emergency parachute, allowing for a safe landing. The single engine Cirrus ... [from Lindbergh Aircraft Tug Co.]
Discover Flying Challenge Lets You Follow Along in Real Time
Aircraft manufacturing giant Cessna is at the forefront of promoting interest in general aviation for the next generation. On June 10 they kicked off their third annual Discover Flying Challenge during an event in Wichita, KS. This challenge provi... [from Lindbergh Aircraft Tug Co.]
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These aircraft tugs are designed to push, pull and maneuver aircraft up to 15,000 lbs in an airport, FBO or hangar for the aviation industry. Our aviation tugs come with an easy-on roller cradle that slides effortlessly under the nose wheel of any airplane. Once the nose wheel of the aircraft is loaded in the cradle, the cradle has a 5th wheel style turning that allows our aviation tugs to turn a full 180 degrees underneath the wheel of the aircraft without turning the wheel or steering mechanism of your aircraft. The lever handle and cable system on our airport tugs locks and releases the easy-on cradle when loading and unloading aircraft.

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After Lindy's Aircraft Tug has safely secured the nose wheel of the aircraft in the easy-on wheel cradle, one operator can easily maneuver aircraft in tightly stacked aviation hangars or staging on an airport ramp. Our airport tugs have a smooth acceleration and braking system resulting from variable speed twist grip handlebars with forward and reverse 0-2 mph operations that eliminates the jerkiness found in gas powered aircraft tugs. Plus, the quietness of the electric motor allows the operator to safely manipulate their airplane without the loud, aggravating, unsafe noise that goes with operating combustion engine aviation tugs. Our aircraft tugs work great in the harsh weather conditions, such as snow, sleet, or ice, as well as on gravel, dirt, or grass.

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