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Pilots Give Vets a Free Lift
Helping Out The Vets For the private pilots and small aviation companies that donate their services to Veterans Airlift Command, providing wounded vets and their families with a free ride is a way of giving back to the men and women who have riske... [from Lindbergh Aircraft Tug Co.]
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Lindy Aircraft Tugs If you’re looking for a safe, efficient means of handling aircraft on the ground, Lindy has your solution. We offer a full line of airplane and helicopter tugs suitable for individual, FBO and corporate applications. But you do... [from Lindbergh Aircraft Tug Co.]
Difficulties Abound in Finding Lost Planes
Finding Lost Planes Malaysian Airlines flight 370 seems to have disappeared into thin air. Despite tantalizing satellite photos of possible crash debris, searchers continue to strike out. Every bit of flotsam tracked down so far has turned out to ... [from Lindbergh Aircraft Tug Co.]
How the Proposed 2015 Budget May Affect the General Aviation Industry
Business jet on a runway. The aviation industry has been receiving a great deal of attention from the government lately. 2014 has already seen the implementation of new safety rules intended to offer greater protection to pilots and passengers. In... [from Lindbergh Aircraft Tug Co.]
Volocopter Takes to the Air
Every commuter?s dream just got a step closer to reality. If you?ve ever wished you could fly high above rush hour traffic jams in your own private helicopter, it could be time to think about building a helipad in your backyard. The prototype of a... [from Lindbergh Aircraft Tug Co.]
Florida Wildlife Attack Aircraft
Something strange seems to be happening on Florida?s Gulf Coast. Perhaps tired of sharing the skies, wildlife have begun attacking aircraft. Could wildlife be battling us for air supremacy? You be the judge: Bird Strike Caught by Camera. A large b... [from Lindbergh Aircraft Tug Co.]
Feds Cracking Down on Laser Pointer Attacks on Planes
Cracking down on the growing problem of lasing, the FBI has started offering $10,000 rewards to anyone who reports someone pointing a laser at an aircraft. To raise awareness of the problem, the feds are also launching a consumer education program... [from Lindbergh Aircraft Tug Co.]
Engineer Turns Airplane Parts into Guesthouse
Architects often incorporate old barn wood or refurbished bricks into their designs to add architectural interest to new homes, but an Arizona engineer has gone where no one has gone before! Toshikazu Tsukii, a 76-year-old avid aviator, has built ... [from Lindbergh Aircraft Tug Co.]
Best Small Aircraft Airport In The West
There was a time when traveling by air was a rare experience. Today it’s rare to find someone who hasn’t been on an airplane, whether for business or leisure. General aviation airports provide a efficient, cost-effective means of handling traffic ... [from Lindbergh Aircraft Tug Co.]
Best Small Aircraft Airport In The East
General aviation airports are a vital component of the nation’s air travel system. These facilities, which number nearly 3,000, handle almost three-quarters of the takeoffs and landings throughout U.S. airports. They handle niche traffic such corp... [from Lindbergh Aircraft Tug Co.]
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AIRCRAFT TRACTORS : Lindy's AircraftCaddy 4K

Airport Tugs: Designed for Aircraft with or without wheel pants »

The aircraft tractors are battery powered airport tugs manufactured to push and pull airplanes up to 4,000 lbs in a hangar, airport, or FBO. This airplane mover comes with an easy-on roller cradle that slides effortlessly under the nose wheel of an aircraft. Once the nose wheel of the aircraft is loaded in the cradle, the cradle has a 5th wheel style turning that allows the aircraft tractors to turn a full 180 degrees underneath the wheel of the airplane without turning the wheel or steering mechanism of your aircraft. The lever handle and cable system on the aircraft tractors locks and releases the easy-on cradle when loading and unloading the airplane.

Lindy's Aircraft Tractors Operations »

Once the aircraft tractor has the nose wheel of the aircraft securely in the easy-on wheel cradle, one operator can safely and easily maneuver aircraft in tightly stacked hangars or staging on the airport ramp. The airport tugs have a smooth acceleration and braking system resulting from an either hand variable speed twist grip handlebars with forward and reverse operations that eliminates the jerkiness found in gas powered aircraft tractor units. 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 a combustion engine airplane mover. Our aircraft tractors 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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