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Encyclopedia > Aero Adventure Aviation

Aero Adventure Aviation (formerly Arnet Pereyra Inc) is a US aircraft manufacturer based in Rockledge, Florida. It produces ultralights, light aircraft, and is currently developing a small turboprop engine.


In 1996, the firm acquired the assets and production rights of Keuthan Aircraft.


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Company website (http://www.aeroadventureinc.com)



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