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Cirrus VK-30 (home-built)
Single-pusher-engine four-five-seat low-wing retractable tricycle-gear composite home-built low-wing monoplane, U.S.A.


Archive Photos [1]


[1999 Cirrus (Thomas G. Hastings) VK-30 (N52TH, s/n 143) at the Aviation Expo 2000, Van Nuys Airport, Van Nuys, CA (Photo by John Shupek)]

[1999 Cirrus (Thomas G. Hastings) VK-30 (N52TH, s/n 143) at the 1999 Camarillo Air Show, Camarillo, CA (35mm photo by John Shupek)]

[1999 Cirrus (Thomas G. Hastings) VK-30 (N52TH, s/n 143) at the 2005 Camarillo Air Show, Camarillo, CA (Photo by John Shupek)]

[1999 Cirrus (Thomas G. Hastings) VK-30 (N52TH, s/n 143) at the 2006 Camarillo Air Show, Camarillo, CA (Photo by John Shupek)]

Overview [2]


We are currently in the process of reformatting all of our aircraft pages on our Skytamer.com website. Therefore, at this point we have chosen not to immediately include the history, usage, specifications and performance data of this aircraft. As soon as we have completed the task of reformatting the photo pages, we will revisit this page and include the above information. In the meantime, use the below Wikipedia link in the References section to get the history. When this page is revisited, we'll include specifications and performance data for this aircraft from Jane's All the World's Aircraft and/or other recognized references.

References


  1. Shupek, John. The Skytamer Photo Archive, photos by John Shupek, copyright © 1999, 2000, 2005 & 2006 Skytamer Images (Skytamer.com)
  2. Wikipedia. Cirrus VK-30

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