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Buhl-Verville Airster

In 1925-1927 Alfred V. Verville produced the Buhl-Verville Airster two-seat biplane.
On March 29, 1927, the Aeronautics Branch issued Aircraft Type Certificate No. 1 to the Buhl Airster C-A3, a three-place open biplane. The plane had an empty weight of 1,686 pounds and its engine had a horsepower rating of 200. By the end of fiscal year 1927, the total of aircraft type certificates issued had reached nine.


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