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ⓘ Aero-Flight Streak




Aero-Flight Streak
                                     

ⓘ Aero-Flight Streak

The Aero-Flight Streak was an American two-seat light aircraft built in 1946 by Aero-Flight Aircraft Corporation at Buffalo, New York. Advanced for its time, it was of all-metal construction with tricycle undercarriage, and accommodated the pilot and passenger in tandem beneath a sliding, bubble canopy.

Initially flew powered by a continental C85, successively more powerful engines were installed in an attempt to arouse interest on the market. Due to the saturation of the market of light aircraft in the years after the Second world war, production was not followed, and the project died in 1953.