Chapter 968

The Green Mountain Flyers
Rutland-Southern Vermont Regional Airport (KRUT)

Member Aircraft


Pete Laframboise of New Haven started building his RV7-A in January of 2005.  It was completed in September of 2008.  He made his first flight on October 11, 2008.  It is powered by an IO-360, has Hartzell C/S prop, glass panel consisting of Dynon primary flight instruments and engine instruments.  Avionics are Garmin com, transponder, and 496 GPS.


Rich Brown Hatz Biplane, built entirely by Rich from the ground up.


 Rich Brown Stinson


 Mark Wood, Zenith 601. Up and flying.


 Ralph and Joan Burt

 RidgeRunner II Kit, manufactured by Rocky Mountain Wings LLC
 Project took a bit over 4 years, and the plane was completed and is flying.
 It's a single place with tubing and fabric construction. The Engine is a Rotax 503 50hp with dual carbs and oil injection.

This aircraft is for sale.


 Bob Dean with his old Cessna 150. Bob is now in the process of rebuilding / restoring a J-3 Cub


 1946 Aeronca Champ, Was owned by club members Mark Hamilton, Eric Richardson, and Ralph Burt.

This aircraft has been sold to a new happy owner whom is out of the region.




 Chuck Pace Cessna Cardinal 


 Bud Seaman Kit Fisher biplane 


 John Slade of Cuttingsville began building his Cozy Mk IV in March of 99. First flight was in April of '04. It's powered by a turbocharged Mazda 13B rotary engine with an IVO Magnum in-flight adjustable prop. And it's fast!





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