Aeronca Inc.    



2320 Wedekind Dr.

Middletown, OH 45042

United States

(513) 422-2751

(513) 425-9988

Company description

Manufacturing: Manufactures aircraft engines and parts; manufactures aircraft body assemblies and parts

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News and information about Aeronca Inc.

Uspto Issues Trademark: Ecliptus
US Fed News Service, Including US State News; February 16, 2018; 258 words
...5387916) was issued on Jan. 23 by the USPTO.Owner: Aviation Specialties Unlimited, Inc. CORPORATION IDAHO 4632 West Aeronca Street Boise IDAHO 83705.The trademark application serial number 87237023 was filed on Nov. 15, 2016 and was registered...
John M. Conley
Telegraph - Herald (Dubuque); February 4, 2018; 556 words
...almost any musical instrument. The trumpet was his favorite, which he played in the Frank Barry Band. John loved his 1947 Aeronca Champ airplane that he enjoyed flying in his younger years. He was a ham radio operator, WA0DCB, and was a member of the...
Do What You Love and Love What You Do
Aircraft Maintenance Technology; February 1, 2018; 700+ words
...its-kind Rogers-Gibson Acrocraft. She also bought an Aeronca 7AC Champ project which she restored to flying condition...Culver Cadet. Aircraft she has owned or restored include an Aeronca 7AC Champ, a Luscombe 8A, an Island Sport, and a Culver...
Which Airspeed? the One You Want to Fly in Certain Conditions May Not Be Marked on the Airspeed Indicator or the Instrument Panel. but Maybe It's Not That Important?
Aviation Safety; February 1, 2018; 700+ words
...bleed it off before touchdown, to save the tires and brakes for another day. The only other airplane I fly regularly is an Aeronca Champ. It does most things somewhat... elegantly, but high speed isn't one of them. It's a proverbial one-speed...
Cessna 120/140: With Stone-Simple Systems and Benign Handling, the Cessna 120/140 Is a Good Choice for Affordable Flying
The Aviation Consumer; December 1, 2017; 700+ words
...was demand, there was also competition. For example, Piper was building acres of Cubs. Other companies--Taylorcraft, Aeronca, Globe, ERCO and Luscombe--also offered two-place airplanes and, although Cessna was shoving some 30 airplanes out...
Marion's Minton Awarded Congressional Gold Medal Award:
Daily Herald (Arlington Heights, IL); November 21, 2017; 700+ words - potentially becoming future military aviation cadets. Minton joined CAP on Sept. 9, 1944. "I learned to fly in an Aeronca airplane, single-engine, two-seat (front and back, not side by side), high wing, stick shift," recalls the 89...
2017 AMT Next Gen Award: Holly Czupich
Aircraft Maintenance Technology; November 1, 2017; 700+ words 2018. In her free time, she is a flight instructor and is building her own hangar and restoring a Cessna 150 and a 1943 Aeronca L-3 Grasshopper." To give back to the industry she participates in associations and mentoring.She was the co-founder...
Then and Now: Spiral Instability
Plane and Pilot; October 1, 2017; 700+ words
...Champion Tri-Traveler, one of the first planes Champion Aircraft built after it acquired Aeronca in 1956. The Tri-Traveler was essentially an Aeronca Champ fitted with a nosegear and a 90 hp engine.Ihat was quite a few years ago, when nosewheels...

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Industry information

NAICS codes 
North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) codes are used to classify businesses for the purpose of collecting statistical data related to the U.S. economy. NAICS codes have been assigned to international companies to help organize all companies by type of activity.  

Primary: 336412 - Aircraft Engine and Engine Parts Manufacturing

336413 - Other Aircraft Parts and Auxiliary Equipment Manufacturing


SIC codes 
Standard Industrial Classification (SIC) codes classify establishments by their primary type of activity. SIC codes are a U.S. Census Bureau system but can apply to international companies.  

Primary: 3724 - Aircraft Engines and Engine Parts industry report

3728 - Aircraft Parts and Auxiliary Equipment, NEC industry report