Aero Commander 100
Single-engine, Four-seat, High-wing, Light Monoplane Aircraft

Archive Photos 1

1968 Aero Commander 100 (N269DA, s/n 269) at the 2009 Cable Air Show, Photos by John Shupek copyright © 2009 Skytamer Images

1969 Aero Commander 100 (N4159X, s/n 341) at the 2009 Cable Air Show, Photo by John Shupek copyright © 2009 Skytamer Images

Overview 2

Known originally as the Volaire Model 1050, this aircraft was developed by the former Volaircraft Corporation of Aliquippa, Pennsylvania. It was in limited production prior to taking over by Aero Commander. Since then (c.1967), production has been expanded, with the aim of building at least 500 Aero Commander 100's each year.

The current version introduced a number of refinements, including an enlarged windscreen, larger rear cabin window and more compact instrument panel.

Specifications and Performance Data (Aero Commander 100) 2




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  1. Shupek, John. “Aero Commander: Aero Commander 100” The Skytamer Archive, copyright © 2009 Skytamer Images. All Rights Reserved
  2. Taylor, John W.R. “Aero Commander: Aero Commander 100” Jane's All The World's Aircraft 1967-68. New York, The MacMillan Company, 1967, pp 185-186.


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