Fisher Aero Corp.
Lite Flite Inc
Aero Visions International
Fisher Aero Corp.
Fisher Flying Products Inc
Founded by Michael E. Fisher and Wayne Ison in the early 1980s as Lite Flite Inc, Aero Visions and later Fisher Aero Corporation.
The first two designs the company built were the Fisher Flyer, which incorporated a new fuselage and tail and the existing wings from the UFM Easy Riser hang glider and the Fisher Barnstormer, a negative stagger biplane. Plans and kits for the latter design were offered in the early 1980s.
1982: Lite-Flite Inc, Rt.2, Box 282, South Webster, OH 45682, USA.
1982: Fisher Flying Products Inc, RL2, Box 282, South Webster, Ohio 45682, USA.
Markets kits and plans to construct Avenger single-seat monoplane (appeared 1994), Celebrity tandem two-seat biplane, tandem two-seat Culex twin-engined monoplane, Horizon 2 tandem two-seat high-wing monoplane, Mariah tandem two-seat low-wing monoplane (first flown 1993), and Youngster single-seat biplane.
1995-7: Fisher Aero Corp, 7118 State Route 335, Portsmouth, OH 45662, USA.
2008: Fisher Flying Products, PO Box 468, Edgley, ND 58433, USA
2011: Factory Address: Fisher Flying Products Inc, Brampton Airport Hanger 100-C, 13691 McLaughlin Road, Caledon, Ontario L7C 3L7
Mailing Address: Fisher Flying Products Inc, PO Box 68, Stn Cheltenham, Caledon, Ontario L7C 3L7
Ownership of Fisher Flying Products passed to Gene and Darlene Jackson-Hanson in 1984.
The company was originally based in South Webster, Ohio and later Edgeley, North Dakota, USA.
1995-8: PO Box 468, Edgeley, ND 58433, USA.
In 2007 the Jackson-Hansons decided to sell the company and retire.
The company was purchased and moved to Woodbridge, Ontario, Canada. By early 2009 the new owners had re-established the manufacturing operation and commenced producing kits, starting with the Dakota Hawk and the FP-202. By late 2009 all kits were once again available.
2009: 71 Marycroft Ave, Unit #24, Woodbridge, Ontario L4L 5Y6, Canada.
The company's kits all feature wooden construction with aircraft fabric covering. Many of the designs are reproductions of classic aircraft, such as the company's 80% Fisher R-80 Tiger Moth that is based upon the de Havilland Tiger Moth.