Cougar Soars Back to Engage Worldwide Pilot Shortage and Innovation Needs

HONG KONG, May 16 (Bernama-BUSINESS WIRE) — Cougar Aircraft Corp. has acquired the assets of the GA-7 Cougar light twin prop executive aircraft, designed and formerly produced by Grumman Gulfstream Aviation renown for military and corporate jets. Cougar now owns the FAA Type Certificate, production fixtures, and technology needed to build this aircraft, which is aimed at both the training market, and as a platform for the next generation of personal airborne mobility.

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Current GA-7 owners love their planes and report… “The Cougar does just what you want. Our insurers told us the Cougar is the safest light twin flying. The Cougar was designed as a twin; other twins are adaptations of singles. The Cougar has a lot of things the others don’t.” As an added bonus, the GA-7 offers an exceptionally long service life of its main wing spar at 42,000 hours – compared to a typical 12,000-hours. This means more profitable in-flight hours, and less frequent aircraft fleet replacements.

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