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2017 Meyers Aircraft Owners Annual Fly In 4 months ago
The 2017 Meyers Aircraft Owners Association Fly-In will be held on June 22-25, 2017 at the Bentonville Muni Louise Thaden Airport (KVBT), near Fayetteville, AR. Dr. Jamon Pruitt will be our gracious host and will be sure to entertain and make available plenty of local museums, activities, and fun. This years event is being themed to […]
Meyers 200 Owners’ Maintenance Manual 7 months ago
The beta version of the Meyers Aircraft Owners Association’s model 200 maintenance manual is now available. It’s a work in progress so if you have any updates, changes, corrections, or additional information to share, please let us know. You can download the PDF version here Or, buy a printed copy here
2016 Meyers Aircraft Owners Fly-In – Sept 21-24 11 months ago
The 2016 Meyers Aircraft Owners Association Fly-In will be held at the Creve Coeur Airport, near St. Louis, Missouri, September 21-24. We’ll have private tours of the aircraft museum on the field which has both an OTW and a 145! We’ll have plenty of time for taking in the sites that St. Louis has to […]
MEYERS 200 WINS AGAIN! 1 year ago
John Secord Flies Meyers 200C to victory in FAC1RG Class at Sun-Shine Express 400 with an average speed of over 223MPH Augusta, KS, April 7, 2016—John Secord is no stranger to flying fast in his regularly flown Glasair Super II so Sunday’s Sunshine Express 400 from Greenwood, South Carolina to Winter Haven, Florida was another […]
Meyers 200s Reviving Bygone Days as Air Race Favorites; Looking to Create ‘The Team To Beat’ in Upcoming Competitions 1 year ago
Augusta, KS, April, 2016—Dr. Jamon Pruitt, a cardiologist from Little Rock, Arkansas, likes flying. He’ll be the first to tell you that he’s a pilot who happens to be a cardiologist—not the other way around. So, last year, when he entered his Meyers 200D in the FAC1RG Class at the 2015 AirVenture Cup Air Race […]
GlobalParts Group, Inc. of Augusta, KS, distributors and producers of quality parts for business and general aviation, announced today that they have acquired the Type Certificate, intellectual property, tooling, and assets of the Meyers Aircraft Model 200 type design and have formed a subsidiary, Interceptor Aviation, to facilitate the servicing and support of the iconic […]
Hello from Germany,
this is my first post to this forum.
My name is Thomas and I am in severe negotiations with Jan Ebert in order to buy D-ECDW, the only Meyers 200 in Europe.
We met Monday and had a chat about the plane and went for a demo flight.
What can I say, you know how it is: You see her and want her, you touch her and want her even…[Read more]
Jim Jones replied to the topic Shock Strut Springs for the landing gear of the OTW in the forum LANDING GEAR – MEYERS OTW 3 weeks, 2 days ago
Walk out front of your plane and look at it. Is it standing level or is one wing much lower than the other? Also, you tires should be vertical. If the top of the tire is leaning in, that could be a weak spring. For the tail, I don’t remember the exact measurement, but the trailing edge of the elevator should be about 11 or so inches off the…[Read more]
Jay Herrin replied to the topic Shock Strut Springs for the landing gear of the OTW in the forum LANDING GEAR – MEYERS OTW 3 weeks, 2 days ago
Jim…. how do I know if I need Springs?