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The Champion Aircraft Corporation was formed at Osceola, Wisconsin to build the Model 7 Champion 2-seat aircraft, the rights having been purchased from Aeronca in 1954. This led to production of many other general aviation aircraft including the Traveler and Citabria. The assets were acquired in 1970 by Inter-Air (see Bellanca).
Champion 7FC Tri Traveler (N9849Y) The 7FC Tri Traveler was a conversion of the 7EC Traveler to tricycle landing gear for improved taxi...
C-FNNO Champion 7ECX Waterville, Nova Scotia C-FNNO, is a Champion 7ECX at Waterville, Nova Scotia. Just had the tanks filled.
C-FNNO, Champion 7ECX C-FNNO, a Champion 7ECX, sits at the refuelling dock at Waterville, Nova Scotia.
C-FNFM, Champion 7GCBC This 2002 Champion 7GCBC, # C-FNFM on final at Waterville, Nova Scotia.
N48GN, Champion N48GN, Champion, visits Waterville, Nova Scotia
N4354C Champion Tok Airfield Alaska Champion 7EC with registration N4354C built in 1956. Tok Airfield Alaska

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