Liberty XL2

October 30, 2009 - 8:19am

Farnborough Aircraft director Adrian Norris said at the NBAA Convention that his company is in discussions to have Liberty Aircraft produce the all-composite Kestrel turboprop single at its manufacturing plant in North Carolina. Liberty manufactures the all-composite XL2 piston single there. Farnborough has been flying a nonconforming Kestrel prototype since July 2006. Norris said Farnborough is

October 22, 2009 - 9:35am

Farnborough Aircraft director Adrian Norris said this week at the NBAA Convention that his company is in discussions to have Liberty Aircraft produce the all-composite Kestrel turboprop single at its manufacturing plant in North Carolina. Liberty currently manufactures the all-composite XL2 piston single. Farnborough has been flying a nonconforming Kestrel prototype since July 2006 and has amassed 250 hours of flying time.

December 11, 2006 - 6:20am

The sturdy Liberty XL2 two-seat light aircraft has the appearance of sports or trainer design not unlike many others. However, an alternative lower fuselage panel also displayed at Stand C706 provides a clue to a different role that the aircraft can perform.

 
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