W.T. LARKINS COLLECTION
No. 3579. Genairco Cabin 1 (VH-UUI)
Photographed at Palo Alto, California, USA, June 1967, by W.T. Larkins

Genairco Cabin 1

09/30/2013. Remarks by Ed Coates: "The General Aircraft Corporation was formed in the late 1920s at Mascot, New South Wales, Australia (Sydney's Airport, then). Two designs were produced, the Genairco Cabin and the Genairco Open. The cabin had two bench seats facing each other for four passengers. Power was a 115 hp Cirrus-Hermes II. Only about eleven Genaircos were built, the pictured aircraft became N240G, and still is as of this day."

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