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An Amphibious Biplane in Florida 

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Did you Miss it?WACO YMF-5F Amphibious BiplaneBack in Florida 
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WOW - this Airplane is Awesome !! 


Performance of the new WACO amphibious biplane on both land and water has exceeded our expectations, with runway takeoffs at less than 1000’, and about 15 seconds on the water! 


The airplane returned from Florida the week of November 6, for a 100 hour inspection and a few updates.  


We will be heading back south with the float plane on November 10, with stops in Arkansas and Mississippi, before heading to Florida again, arriving on the 14th. 


Look for us based out of Winterhaven, FL, during the week of the 14th to the 20th.  Demo rides will be available, so feel free to give us a call.

Next, we will be have the biplane at the Tavares Monster Splash Fly-In  on November

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Features Include:


  • Aerocet 3400 Amphibious Floats
  • ADS-B In & Out – Garmin GTX-345
    • Advanced Touchscreen GPS Unit and Garmin Com
  • Garmin G5 Attitude Indicator
  • Leather Interior Seating with Heat Front and Rear
  • New Aircraft, New Tooling, Modern Safety Features
  • Approved for Commercial Ride Operations
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Contact us today to inquire about your own WACO Amphibious Float Plane!

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