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OMAC OMAC 1 / Laser 300

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OMAC-1
 
OMAC Inc. was founded in 1977 in Reno, Nevada, by Carl Parise and Larry Heuberger. The name stood for "Old Man's Aircraft Company".
 
The OMAC-1 was a 6-8 seat canard pusher business aircraft introduced in 1981. Two prototypes were built: the first one (apparently unregistered) was powered by a 700 hp Avco Lycoming LTP 101-700A-1 pusher engine and first flew on Dec. 11, 1981.
 
The second prototype N81PH served as testbed for improved Laser 300 version. used a 700 hp Garrett TPE331-9 and flew on February 19, 1983. It was 30 ft. long and had a wingspan of 35 ft.
 
OMAC-01
OMAC-1
 
The OMAC company moved in 1985 to Albany in Georgia and worked an improved production version, the Laser 300 [N301L] which first flew on July 29, 1988 (pictures showing an aircraft registered "N300L" are only promotional artist's views).
 
OMAC-02
 
The aircraft apparently failed to attract any orders and was no longer heard of. Further development halted soon after owing to funding difficulties.
 
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