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Anderson EA-1 Kingfisher
Anderson EA-1 Kingfisher - N25210 - Amphibian Airplane
1977 Anderson EA-1 Kingfisher
N25210 (sn 76)
Photo taken Sep. 2009
Mead Airfield, WA - USA (70S)
Photo Copyright
Marcel Siegenthaler
Anderson EA-1 Kingfisher - N25210 - Amphibian Airplane
1975 Anderson EA-1 Kingfisher
N2EK (sn 84)
Photo taken at Sun 'n Fun 2007
Lakeland Airport, FL USA (KLAL)
Photo Copyright
Marcel Siegenthaler

The Anderson EA-1 Kingfisher is a US two-seat amphibious aircraft designed and marketed for homebuilding. It was the work of Earl Anderson, a Pan Am airline captain, who flew the prototype on 24 April 1969. By 1978, 200 sets of plans had been sold, and 100 Kingfishers were reported to be under construction. The aircraft is a shoulder-wing monoplane with a flying boat hull and outrigger pontoons. On land, it uses retractable tailwheel undercarriage.

The single engine with a tractor propeller is mounted in a nacelle above the wing. Some builders utilize the wings from a Piper Cub rather than making their own. As of 2007, plans are still being marketed.

Specifications (typical)

General characteristics
Crew: one pilot
Capacity: 1 passenger
Length: 23 ft 6 in (7.2 m)
Wingspan: 36 ft 6 in (11.1 m)
Height: 8 ft 0 in (2.44 m)
Empty weight: 1,032 lb (468 kg)
Gross weight: 1,500 lb (680 kg)
Powerplant: 1 × Continental O-200 four-cylinder horizontally-opposed engine, 100 hp (75 kW)

Maximum speed: 120 mph (190 km/h)
Range: 320 miles (200 km)
Service ceiling: 10,000 ft (3,050 m)

Last updated December 21, 2009
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