Category:Alexander Eaglerock

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Alexander Eaglerock seen in Flying Wild Alaska.

Alexander Aircraft Company designed the Eaglerock in 1925 because the mother company could not buy aircraft as needed. The aircraft was a success with more 800 airframes built until the company went bankrupt in August 1932 (others models were all monoplanes and built only in a very limited numbers). This first project (a tandem two-seat biplane) was the most successful and has more a dozen variants based on a variety of engines.

This page lists all films that feature a variation of the Alexander Eaglerock.

See also

Pages in category "Alexander Eaglerock"

The following 6 pages are in this category, out of 6 total.