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Getting Sick on Airplanes ? What Are the Myths?
Even today there are still many myths regarding people getting sick on airplanes. While many of these myths have been debunked, it’s important to know what is true and what is not to help you or your loved ones have a happy and healthy flight. The... [from Lindbergh Aircraft Tug Co.]
Top Secret ? Gulfstream?s New Baby
What has aviators and investors alike whispering rumors and speculating? A top-notch, premium-class business jet from Gulfstream Aerospace that has been kept as secret as possible. The Savannah, Ga.-based company has announced that it will soon un... [from Lindbergh Aircraft Tug Co.]
Drones ? The New Bird?s Eye View
The next time you find yourself ooh-ing and aah-ing over a spectacular bird’s-eye-view shot in a movie, you may have a drone to thank for it. In late September the Federal Aviation Administration gave authorization to six filmmaking companies to u... [from Lindbergh Aircraft Tug Co.]
Pilot Drug Abuse- a Growing Trend
New research indicates that drug use by pilots is increasingly a contributor to fatal plane crashes. While a variety of factors affect the statistics, the trend is clear: substance abuse is a growing trend among pilots, particularly regarding pres... [from Lindbergh Aircraft Tug Co.]
Small Aircraft News Roundup
Here are the latest news stories for the small aircraft industry The FAA and the NTSB are investing what necessitated a crash landing at the Starr?s Mill High School athletic field in Fayette County, Georgia on October 5th, according to the Atlant... [from Lindbergh Aircraft Tug Co.]
General Aviation Safety Rates Show Historic Improvement
The general aviation industry has been continuously pursuing advancements in equipment and regulations to improve safety for pilots and passengers. Recently released data from the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) shows that their effort... [from Lindbergh Aircraft Tug Co.]
Thinking of Buying a Small Plane?
Nothing compares to the freedom of flying your own plane. The view is beyond what any commercial passengers or pilots ever get. You can fly much lower and have a perspective unattainable in any other way. The personnel connection When you own you... [from Lindbergh Aircraft Tug Co.]
Get Your Aircraft To the Fueling Station Safely With an Aircraft Caddy
While flying a plane is one of the purest pleasures known to a person, moving them around on the ground can be a real pain the back, the side and the arms. Still, small aircraft must be moved for routine maintenance as well as for fueling and it h... [from Lindbergh Aircraft Tug Co.]
Make Moving Your Personal Aircraft Around Home Base A Cinch
Moving your personal aircraft through the sky on your own is a breeze. You might think that once it’s on the ground, though, it’s a different story. Whatever size your aircraft, handle it with ease with the help of our Lindy air tugs. Our comprehe... [from Lindbergh Aircraft Tug Co.]
The Future Of Personal Aircraft
It might sound like something out of ?The Jetsons? to most people, but aeronautics engineers continue to get closer to ?flying car? technology. In fact, cultural and regulatory issues present greater hurdles than engineering when it comes to peopl... [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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