Denney Kitfox
Страна: США
Год: 1984

Side by side two-seat, dual-control kitbuilt
Reg Maye's recently completed Denney Kitfox Mk.4 G-BUYK was engaged in test flying at Biggin Hill at the end of November 1994. Its construction took 600 man hours over two years
SkyStar Kitfox two-seat kitbuilt (1998)
Border Aviation now complements the other Denney Aerocraft UK distributor, Junipa, and displayed the first of the new Kitfox 4s to be seen in Britain. It has a redesigned wing, wheel parts, and a cruise speed of 115mph - 30mph faster than earlier Kitfox kitplanes.
Flown from Blackbushe there was speculation that G-PPPP had become a KitVixen!
Skystar Speedster version of the Kitfox
The first Skyfox VH-LHD arrived at Biggin Hill by road in November 1991 after being shipped from Queensland, Australia to Felixstowe. Basically a Kitfox, the airframe has had 50 modifications to strengthen the aircraft and make it suitable for use as a two seat trainer. Thirty-five of the factory built Skyfoxes are now flying in Australia where the type has received certification. Skyfox Aviation, based at Biggin Hill, is to use VH-LRB as a demonstrator. Don Conway's picture shows the aircraft with its quick release doors removed.
The Vixen from Skystar company which has now spawned tailwheel variants incorporating elements of the tricycle design.