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Fuel Issues Play a Major Role in Most Small Plane Crashes
The Seinfeld episode where Kramer wants to test the limits of a new car’s fuel tank made for hilarious television. Kramer’s logic is that he sometimes borrows Jerry’s car and does not always have the cash to put more gas in the tank. He wants to k... [from Lindbergh Aircraft Tug Co.]
Hybrid Technology Moves into the Small Plane Market
With some of the biggest hurdles conquered, engineers have recently unveiled new hybrid planes that may well revolutionize the world of small aircraft technology. Just as we?ve seen hybrid cars evolve from newfangled to commonplace, the coming yea... [from Lindbergh Aircraft Tug Co.]
The Perfect Get Away Craft: Introducing the Cirrus Vision SF50
The practicality of an SUV with the luxury of a private jet? What better combo could you get? The latest in the Cirrus Aircraft line, The Cirrus Vision SF50 Personal Jet offers all of that ? and its very own parachute. Small but mighty A quick loo... [from Lindbergh Aircraft Tug Co.]
GulfStream Celebrates Increased Production of the G650
Milestones are more than just round numbers: they help define the trends and tell stories of success. Gulfstream Aerospace has hit just such a notable milestone recently with the 100th production of their G650 business jet. The G650 started as an ... [from Lindbergh Aircraft Tug Co.]
New Potential Engine Types Come to Small Aircraft
If you’re the owner of a small aircraft, you know how challenging it can be to operate and maintain them. Without the right cart movers and aircraft tugs, it’s difficult for you to maneuver your airplanes from the hangar to the runway. Airplane en... [from Lindbergh Aircraft Tug Co.]
Could Your Next Plane Be a Wearable Pack?
Wearable flight packs have been around for as long as humans have attempted flight. Everything is coming back full-circle thanks to new technology that can power jet packs and other forms of wearable aircraft. We may be decades away from jet packs... [from Lindbergh Aircraft Tug Co.]
Three Types of Airtugs Which is Best for You?
Whether you?re a proud owner of a small jet or in charge of a small airport, having a safe and reliable way to move aircraft from the hangar to the runway is important. Otherwise, you or your workers could end up with injuries or cause damage to t... [from Lindbergh Aircraft Tug Co.]
Are Electric Aircrafts In Our Future?
For anyone who owns their own plane, it may be hard to imagine how the experience of flight can be made better. But aviation is constantly evolving and innovating. Hybrid-electric and all electric planes are rapidly moving from concept to function... [from Lindbergh Aircraft Tug Co.]
NTSB Looks More Carefully at Small Plane Safety After High Profile Crashes
Flying is said to be the safest method of travel, especially where large commercial airliners are concerned. However, several recent high-profile accidents have led the National Transportation Safety Board or NTSB to rethink the safety of small pl... [from Lindbergh Aircraft Tug Co.]
Five Fun Facts About Flying or Being a Pilot
Being a private airplane pilot involves more than just taking off into the air to get away from land. To begin with, the airplane or helicopter must be towed out of the hangar. The aircraft tugs move planes into position on the tarmac so that they... [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.

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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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