The Aeronca Aircraft Corporation was founded in 1928 in Cincinnati, Ohio. It became the first company to build a commercially successful general aviation aircraft. In 1937 the Ohio River flood washed away the Lunken Airport and destroyed the Aeronca factory, along with the tooling and almost all of the very early blueprints and drawings. It was then decided to move the operation to a more stable area. Middletown, Ohio was chosen, and the company has remained there ever since. All of the aircraft produced from the start of production in 1929 to 1937 are known as the "Lunken" Aeroncas. The first Aeronca built in Middletown was produced in 1940, and from then onwards all Aeroncas were built there. When production ended in 1951, Aeronca had sold 17,408 aircraft in 55 models. Aeronca now builds components for aerospace companies including Boeing, Northrop Grumman, Lockheed and Airbus.
I'd a thought it was a Piper, but that what's the N-number came back as. Aeronca 7AC Ser. #7AC-6490....
New Axis Airways' Boeing 737-4Y0 jet airliner, registration F-GLXQ. First registered in 1990.