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Beaujon Aircraft, also known as Beaujon Ultralights, is a Americanmarker aircraft design company, located in Ardmore, Oklahomamarker.

History

Founded by Herbert Beaujon in the 1970s, Beaujon Aircraft has published the designs for eight ultralight aircraft and marketed seven of them in book form under the name How to Build Ultralights. The book and its plans have received praise from reviewers. Andre Cliche wrote:

Beaujon's designs have been described as "beautifully simple" and have been used to construct many flying examples.

Beaujon has made the plans for one of his earlier designs, the wooden winged, three axis control Enduro available for free download as 25 JPEGs.

Aircraft

Summary of aircraft designed by Beaujon Aircraft

Model name First flight Number built Type

BJ-2 Single seat pusher configuration aircraft
Enduro 1978 Single seat pusher configuration aircraft with wood-structure wing
Flybike Single seat pusher aircraft.
Hardnose Single seat tractor configuration aircraft
Mach .07 Single seat tractor configuration aircraft with two-axis control. Name indicates maximum speed.
Minimac Single seat tractor configuration aircraft
Viewmaster Single seat pusher aircraft, resembling a powered primary glider
Windward Single seat pusher aircraft


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