- Name: Anderson Kingfisher
- Designed by: Dennis Tapsfield
- Published in: RCM Magazine February 1990
- Wingspan: 108″
- Plan Number: RCM1060
- Copyright Free Plan – We’re offering this plan printed and it is this service for which we are charging.
From the Magazine:- A 1/4 scale reproduction of a beautiful amphibian. Flies in a ‘Cub-like’ fashion. By Dennis Tapsfield.
The prototype Anderson Kingfisher was designed and built by Earl Anderson (a Boeing 747 Captain). It took him nine years to complete, and he made the first flight in April 1969. Interestingly, standard Piper Cub wings are used; drawings for the full size aircraft are available, and there are probably around fifteen of the aircraft flying at the present time in various parts of the world. Richard Warner, of Warner Aviation (who sell the full size plans) was very helpful, supplying photos and drawings from which the model was built.
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