ICP gained brand name awareness primarily with their Savannah model, a short take off and landing airplane that sells for a modest price. We’ve seen it several times but always in tricycle gear. Now at Aero, everyone saw for the first time the new taildragger model from Italy’s ICP. We spoke with company leader Loredana Arisio. We also take a look at their new light aircraft engine with questions answered by engine Andrea Caglio.
William Green says
I am truly amazed.
You have single-handedly done more for this light sport aviation industry than if you had been a manufacturer or anything else.
I have not seen the level of dedication to an industry that you have brought all of these years anywhere else. The public simply would not nor could we ever know anything about this industry except were it not for your efforts. My hat is off to you, sir, for not only such a fine job but for an example of all that is good and wholesome about our beloved aviation community. I never cease to marvel at the innovation and shere magnificence of all things aviation.
I thank you for your life’s work, dedication, and excellence that you have brought to us.
Dan Johnson says
That is very kind of you to say about my work. I feel I have an easy job because others create wonderful airplanes and all I have to do is learn about them and describe them.
I sincerely appreciate your generous comments. Thank you.