Skeeta (oz4897)


Skeeta (oz4897) from Airsail 1947 - plan thumbnail

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Airsail Skeeta. Rubber sport model.

Quote: "Steve this is a nice little rubber model that was kitted by Airsail in NZ from about 1947 – 1950 thru to the late seventies. I have built several and they fly really well with 4 strands of 1/8 braided – go up like a P30. Copy of printwood..."

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Printwood scan, single sheet showing all ribs and formers.


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Skeeta (oz4897) from Airsail 1947 - model pic

  • (oz4897)
    from Airsail
    18in span
    Rubber F/F
    all formers complete :)
  • Submitted: 03/10/2013
    Filesize: 724KB
    Format: • PDFbitmap
    Credit*: MikeMulholland

Skeeta (oz4897) from Airsail 1947 - pic 003.jpg
Skeeta (oz4897) from Airsail 1947 - pic 004.jpg
Skeeta (oz4897) from Airsail 1947 - pic 005.jpg

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Photos of his completed Skeeta model are from Maciej, see his postings on the thread at:
SteveWMD - 07/12/2013
Hi Outerzone. Please find some pictures of my Airsail Skeeter constructed from your plans [more pics 004, 005]. Keep up the good work.
LenBridge - 31/05/2020
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