Officials associated with various iterations of the struggling
OMF Aircraft operation have told ANN that an answer to their
financial problems and corporate may finally be at hand.
After the bankruptcy of the German parent operation and associated
issues with the Canadian manufacturing arm announced just last
year, virtually all operations, including the development of a
diesel powered two seater and a four-place version of the OMF
Symphony have come to a halt.
Progress is being made, though. The assets of OMF GmbH, the German
parent company, have been sold to another German company known as
SMW that is apparently looking for a toehold in the aviation and
A Piper Arrow crash-landed on a busy California interstate
during rush hour Tuesday, coming to rest and burning in the highway
median before emergency workers arrived. Although the pilot and his
teenaged son walked away from the incident, one girl was in serious
condition with severe injuries to her leg.
Aircraft Specialty Lubricants is showing off its CamGuard
product at S-N-F 2004, and in particular the results of its
independent testing that appear to show significant advantages to
using the product vs. its competitors.
CamGuard is a supplemental lubricant additive product for
infrequently used piston engine motor oils, including piston
aircraft, passenger vehicle, marine and heavy duty diesel oils on
aircraft, marine, motorcycles, emergency equipment, backup
generators, classic and antique vehicles, agricultural and all
seasonal equipment. The product is currently limited to use in
experimental aircraft only, but FAA approval testing is ongoing and
certification is expected sometime in the fall season.