American Eagle Aircraft Corp American Eaglet
A light parasol monoplane, first two-seat light airplane to be granted Approval Type Certificate by US Department of Commerce. Several hundred Eaglets built before company suspended operations in 1930 Depression.
Victor H. Roos Aircraft Co. succeeded American Eagle-Lincoln Aircraft Corporation in mid-1930s, and continued to produce American Eaglet light monoplane with 45hp Szekely engine.
In 1942 American Eaglecraft Co revived the American Eaglet light monoplane by building a new prototype. Tests postponed until after war. By end of February 1960 had built one Eaglet and was supplying plans for amateur builders. Company later sold to John Spach.