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GlaStar

High wing - Composite, Metal

GlastarKit/Plans:
The GlaStar is no longer available as a kit, having been superseded by the Glasair Sportsman 2+2. Parts common to the GlaStar and the Sportsman are available from:

Glasair Aviation
18530 59th Drive NE - Arlington, WA 98223
Telephone: (360) 435-8533

Website: www.glasairaviation.com

Clubs/Associations:
The Glasair Aircraft Owners Association is the association for Glasair, GlaStar, Sportsman 2+2, Merlin, and OMF Symphony builders, owners, pilots, and enthusiasts.

Glasair Association International (GAI)
PO Box 1576
Cypress, TX 77410-1576

Website: https://glasair-owners.com/

Articles in EAA and related publications:

Year Month Page Magazine Article
2008 010 50 Sport Aviation Flying GOOFY (N600FY) by Sparky Barnes Sargent –owned by Steve Wood 9 pg
2006 11 65 Sport Aviation Members Forum: GlaStar Builders’ Kudos to EAA Sport Aviation (1/2 pg)
2006 09 54 Sport Aviation First-Time Builders’ GlaStar Success: EAA engineering, technical counselors, and flight advisors help construct a dream machine 9 pg
2005 03 40 Sport Aviation The GlaStar and the Missionary (7 pg)
2004 08 24 Sport Aviation New Customer Assembly Center at New GlaStar (3/4 pg)
2003 11 28 Sport Aviation Long Nose GlaStar: Byron McNew tries a new approach (7 pg)
2003 07 32 Sport Aviation New GlaStar Launches Jump-Start Kits (1/2 col)
2003 01 44 Sport Aviation Homebuilding: The Great Healer – How a GlaStar project helped Jim Londo recover from a debilitating head injury (7 pgs)
2002 03 23 Sport Aviation New Glasair/New GlaStar Launch Kit Production with Discounts (1/4 pg)
2000 01 82 Sport Aviation Hansen GlaStar, Lycoming O-320, Felix 70x63 prop (Photo & Caption Only)
99 12 92 Sport Aviation Marcie GlaStar, Continental IO-240, 125 hp, IFR (Photo & Caption Only)
99 09 127 Sport Aviation McHolland GlaStar, 16th project (Photo & Caption Only)
99 07 56 Sport Aviation Bob and Kathie Beaty’s GlaStar (7 pages w/ color photos)
99 03 143 Sport Aviation Wass GlaStar (Photo & Caption Only)
98 08 39 Sport Aviation GlaStar SH-4 CAFÉ Performance Report
98 04 89 Sport Aviation The GlaStar (5 pg w/color photos)
98 04 95 Sport Aviation GlaStar Flying Laboratory (3 pg w/color photos)
97 07 07 Sport Aviation EAA/FAA Flight Research (half page w/color drawing)
97 04 05 Sport Aviation GlaStar on Aerocet 2200 floats (photo and caption only)
96 09 57 Sport Aviation EAA’s Young Eagle GlaStar Update
96 09 66 Sport Aviation GlaStar 320 (5 ½ pages with photos)
96 07 36 Sport Aviation EAA’s Young Eagle GlaStar
96 06 66 Sport Aviation EAA’s Young Eagles GlaStar Update
96 05 26 Sport Aviation EAA’s Young Eagle GlaStar Update
96 04 26 Sport Aviation EAA’s Young Eagle GlaStar (3 pages & color photos)
96 03 6 Sport Aviation Stoddard-Hamilton Happenings (Note)
95 04 16 Sport Aviation GlaStar: The Next Logical Step for Homebuilts (9 page article-introductory)
94 08 41 Sport Aviation GlaStar Developments
94 04 12 Sport Aviation GlaStar - High Wing Version of Glasair

As a member benefit, you can obtain a copy of an EAA-published magazine article listed above, free of charge, by calling EAA Membership Services at 1-800-564-6322. Please have the name of the magazine, year, month and page number ready when calling to make a request. Sorry, we cannot provide reprints of non-EAA magazine articles.

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