"Grumman" Specific Sites
Finland is the creation of Lauri Mattila. See the
for links to FS2000 models.
Terry Kaiser is a pilot and a Microsoft Flight Simulator buff. He designs
aircraft for FS. He made a Yankee model for a friend and is willing to share
it with other Grumman Fanatics. You can see screen shots of the model at
his web page, under "aircraft".
Lt Col Mark "Snapper" Bennett is offering flight instruction geared toward
Grumman owners and operators at
Friendly, Maryland. (325) 864-3699.
Global Air Referral Service
brokers Grummans, amongst other airplanes.
The Flight Club is an Australian Grumman flying club that owns two AA5B
Tigers. Information about Grumman Tigers including tips for handling, use and
maintenance. FREE Classified Adverts for planes, Grumman parts or services.
Weight, balance and range calculator for Grummans.
Grenaa Airfield in Denmark harbours not
less than four Grumman 4-seaters. Visit the
Grenaa Grumman-Gang Gallery.
Pete Conner of Yankee Aviation
Services was a Grumman dealer in the 1970's up until the end. They still
serivce a number of Grummans, and Pete is the maintenance contributor to
www.landings.com. Pete would be happy to answer
any maintenance-related questions you might have either via e-mail through his
web site, or via landings.
Jeffrey Jacobs put together this zip archive
containing add-on files for Microsoft Flight Simulator 98 depicting his
Cheetah's exterior, instrument panel and flight characteristics. See some
sample screen shots here and
here. He also dug into his archives and came
up with this pilot report on flying the BD-1,
from Flying Magazine's 1965 Flying Annual.
Here's a HanDBase Database
of US Registered Grummans for your Palm Pilot. The HanDBase application
can be found at DDH Software. Requires
at least 425K bytes available in your Palm handheld for the database. This
database was extracted from the FAA database, current as of 2005/02. Download
This CSV file if
you want to create a database for your own application.
The O-290-D2 Yankee FAQ
. All about upgrading your Yankee engine to 140 Hp.
The Landing Light Thread and
Spinner Gap Seal Thread are documented
The Grumpy Gang featuring
photos of the Grand Unplanned Scandinavia Tour held in July.
Next time you find yourself without an airplane in Mentone, Victoria Australia,
Tristar Aviation has an
AA1B for rent.
Bill & Carol Scott's
Precision Engine. Overhauls and Grumman restorations. Also has "Abnormal
Guide Wear in Lycoming Parallel-Valve Engines", a set of articles by Bill
Marvel, past president of the AYA, and Bill Scott.
of Textron-Lycoming. Includes Service Bulletins, Service Letters, and
key reprints of the Lycoming Flyer. This site is operated by Gregory
Travis, and is not affiliated with Textron-Lycoming in any way.
Pilots World review of the AA5A Cheetah
D.M.A. Inc - "Grumman Speed Modifications"
Airplane Outlines suitable for coloring
AA1, AA1A, AA1B, AA1C
/ AA5, AA5A, AA5B, AG5B / GA7 Performance Specs
U.S. Aviator article
on AA1 Yankee
TB360 - formerly the Grumman Cougar.
Here's Fletchair, a source of information
parts and service. Their number is 1-800-FA-WINGS.
Barnstormers.com has a "Grummans For Sale/Wanted" section in their classified advertising.
from Aeroprice will let you see how your Grumman's price compares with
General Interest Sites
Enflight are the people behind
Dyncorp DUATS web interface.
AeroPlanner.com provide free flight
planning and chart services. Try them both and choose your favorite.
AirNav is the US Airport/Facility
Directory brought to life. Airport and Navaid information can be found here,
as well as FBO info and fuel prices. Check out the
Great Deals List for the
latest reports of the best fuel prices. Paulo Santos, the provider of Airnav,
asks that in exchange for using Airnav, that you help keep the fuel price
Send in updates for your home field. When you return from a trip, send in
updates before you throw the fuel reciepts in the trash.
Mel Ott hosts a Real Aviation forum, known as
THE FLIGHT DECK,
as a character known as "Cap'n Tarmack" on
www.avsim.com. He also has a "company" known as
PFD (Professional Flight Displays). PFD can construct YOUR instrument
panel, and YOUR paint scheme, with N NUMBER to allow you to fly on those
stormy days right at your home computer in Microsoft Flight Simulator 98.
by AYA's region 2 Director Fran Levy
Weather info with a European/Mediterranean focus
John Denker's See How It Flys -
An online book about how these machines really work.
Want to talk to somebody? Try these Aviation
Now that you've talked about airplanes maybe you want to buy one. The
First National Bank of Pryor based in Oklahoma is a nationwide general
aviation lender. Ask for Mike Jacob
Sensenich Propeller Mfg. Co will
send you a free set of those mid-blade propeller decals.
Textron-Lycoming will be
of interest to all 'gangers. Too bad they never update their site.
The Air Affair has lots of good
stuff like fuel prices at airports in the US and Canada, lists of flying
events, destinations, etc.
CNN's radar and weather maps are great
for getting the big picture before planning a flight.
Ron Bauman recommends a nice list of links to FED
sites, including the NTSB. He gets preliminary accident reports there.
This is a new and better way to find out public information
about airplanes, their owners and about pilots. Let's all play Big Brother!
Here's an avaition club
database with an excellent list of various AYA/Grumman groups and individuals
Canadian Aviation Web Page has good
links to Weather Pages, Topics of interest to Aviators, Government Links,
The Aviation Business Center
is a springboard to many aviation products, suppliers and services.
Youth Flight Canada Education
Fund promotes aviation to youngsters. Technically it's quite a page
but you better have a fast computer and Netscape 3.0.
Airborne Replicas makes aircraft
Sample Aircraft Co-ownership