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The Navion Factory
Founded in 1960 by the late S. Dan Brodie, the American Navion Society has grown into one of the longest running, most supportive type club in the western hemisphere.
Originally intended as a means of sharing operational and technical information, the Navion Society, or Navioneers as they affectionately call themselves, expanded into
the sales and distribution of parts decades ago. To foster friendships within the Society, an annual convention is held in a roving location and includes a banquet, sight
seeing excursions and flying contests for speed and proficiency.
These Twin Navions have been awarded the covetted "Flagship of the Year" award at the annual convention.
The following Twin Navions have been "Navions of the Month." These planes appear as the focus article in the monthly ANS newsletter, based on the quality and content of the photos and article that are submitted. Being a Navion of the month is not a statement on the quality or condition of the plane itself.
Visit a page that shows a selection of peculiar conversions that turned common, single-engine airplanes into small twins.
The following links are for aircraft type/owner pages. If you know of other sites for post-war aircraft, preferably with a good
background on the history of their type, we'll gladly include them here.
A - Aeronca