Lancair Brand Under New Ownership

Rights to older models sold

Lancair International announced last summer it would sell off its older designs and focus on its newer Evolution aircraft, and recently the company, now known as Evolution Aircraft Company, said it has found a buyer. Mark Huffstutler, founder of the aircraft modification firm Sierra Industries, based in Texas, and his son Conrad Huffstutler will assume all assets, intellectual designs and ongoing support for all the older Lancair kit models, including the 320/360, IV, IV-P, ES and Legacy aircraft.

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