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Jun 9, 2016 3:53 EST

We have developed the world’s best and fastest 4/5 place amphibian. The Seawind aircraft is a perfect union of form and function. The aerodynamic sleek flowing lines make it the most striking of land or sea planes.

iCrowdNewswire - Jun 9, 2016

Seawind

Kimberton, PA 19442, US
Aerospace
www.seawind.net

The Seawind aircraft is a perfect union of form and function. The aerodynamic sleek flowing lines make it the most striking of land or sea planes. We have developed the world’s best and fastest 4/5 place amphibian.
The spacious cabin, panoramic view, quiet environment, and form-fitting seats all combine to create total traveling comfort.
Since the dawn of aviation, designers have been trying to create a seaplane that would fly as fast and as far as a land plane and carry a reasonable useful load over a long distance.
Using advanced composite technology and innovative design, Seawind has accomplished that lofty goal.
High speed stability is superb. The standard slotted flaps and the swept back wingtip floats (sponsons) create an extraordinary ground effect, cushions the touchdown, and speeds the lift-off on water and land. Low speed stability is excellent.
Never before has an amphibian offered so much comfort. The Seawind has the widest cabin in its class, with the standard executive deluxe four-place configuration or the optional family five-place seating. The seats are bucket-style adjustable with temper foam for ultimate comfort. The special designed seats have passed the stringent 26g forward and 19g – 60°up vertical crash tests.

The wrap-around windshield offers a spectacular panoramic view even for the aft seats.
Whether the mission is a business meeting in the city or a fishing trip into the wilderness, or cross country travel, the Seawind fills the bill. The Seawind is the only plane that fulfills every customer’s needs.

 

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Seawind – Land and Seaplane

The aircraft is a perfect union of form and function.
We have developed the world’s best and fastest 4/5 place amphibian.
High speed stability is superb. The spacious cabin offers a panoramic view with a wrap-around windshield, quiet environment, and form-fitting seats with the widest cabin in its class with standard four-place configuration or the optional five-place seating.
The seats have passed the stringent 26g forward and 19g – 60°up vertical crash tests.
You can land and/or take off from water, and all kinds of land situations.

 

Management

Chief Executive Officer
Richard Silva, B.S.C.E.

Professional Engineer, Registered Architect, has developed the Seawind from an early conceptual prototype state to its present final form since he acquired all rights in 1991. He has assembled a design and production team of consulting engineers and designers unparalleled in the general aviation light aircraft sector. He will continue to oversee the customer option development and manufacturing ramp up efforts through to full production after which he will concentrate his efforts on marketing, sales, and customer service.

Chief Financial Officer
Alan Katiya, FCPA, FCA, ICD.D

Brings a great deal of experience and knowledge in working with private and governmental groups in finance and business development. He has been given the mandate to assemble a professional advisory board to help guide the companies during this time of major expansion.

Group Leader/Lead
Gaston Beaulieu, ING. B.S., M.A.S.

FLIGHT TEST TEAM – B.S. Mechanical Engineering, MAS Aeronautical, has thirty years Aeronautical Systems and Mechanical Systems design, vibration analysis, and computer modeling of flight test data. He was an associate partner at KPMG. As a Major in the Canadian Military, he was a pilot instructor of jet and piston aircraft with 50 pilots under his command.

Chief
John Taylor, DAR

He was the Vice President of Engineering for Bombardier. He is the most renowned flight analyst in Canada. He retired from Bombardier and is a Delegated Airworthiness Representative (DAR) of TCCA. He is working with Mr. Beaulieu to analyze the flight performance and preparing reports for final submission to TCCA for certification of the Seawind.

Chief
Robert Erdos, DAR

Chief Flight Test Pilot and his team of Anthony Brown and Paul Kissmann, work for the Canadian National Research Council (NRC) in Ottawa. The NRC is the NASA of Canada. They collected the final data for the analysis and evaluation. The NRC will also provide the qualitative reports and handling characteristics. Ground support is provided by ADC.

 

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Contact Information:

Richard Silva, B.S.C.E - Chief Executive Officer

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