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SEAREY INTRODUCES NEW FRISE AILERON
SEAREY INTRODUCES NEW FRISE AILERON
NEW AILERON PROVIDES ADVANCED HANDLING FOR NEW SEAREY AIRPLANES

Tavares, Florida, July 11, 2014—Progressive Aerodyne, manufacturer of Searey light sport amphibious airplanes, is pleased to announce the development of a new Frise aileron for all new factory-built, Searey Elite and Searey Sport model airplanes. The new aileron, developed and manufactured by Progressive Aerodyne engineers, is a milestone improvement in Searey flight control.

While Searey has an extensive, worldwide reputation for outstanding handling performance, this new aileron provides Searey airplanes with even more balanced and responsive control, especially in severe conditions and wind gusts. As a result, Searey owners will experience even more enjoyable and safer flying adventures.

Progressive Aerodyne conducted extensive static load and flight testing on the new aileron and the results well exceeded design standards and expectations.

The new Searey aileron can be retrofitted for experimental LSX and SLSA model Seareys. Searey owners interested in a retrofit can contact Progressive Aerodyne.

Searey Amphibious Light Sport Airplanes are manufactured by Progressive Aerodyne, Inc., located in Tavares, Florida. The company has an over twenty year history of manufacturing Searey Kit Airplanes which are still flown all over the world. With continuous improvement in manufacturing and design over the years, the Searey evolved into a superior, factory-built, amphibious airplane and gained FAA certification in 2011. Progressive Aerodyne’s manufacturing facility is currently in full production of two certified models of the Searey, the Searey Light Sport and the Searey Light Sport Elite. In addition, the company continues to manufacture Searey Kit Airplanes.

Seasoned pilots know and trust Searey airplanes; on land, sea, or in the air, the Searey name is synonymous with superior handling and performance, and creating an exhilarating flying experience. For more information, contact Progressive Aerodyne, Inc., 3801 State Road 19, Tavares, Florida; phone 352-253-0108; or on the web at www.searey.com. Interviews are welcome.
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