Bellanca Aircraft

At Home in the Air

Bellanca

At Home in the Air

At Home in the Air

Bellanca Aircraft

At Home in the Air

Bellanca

At Home in the Air

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Exciting News for You!

Meet Our New Maintenance Facility, Now Operational!

Benefits

Get Professional Maintenance

We can work on Bellanca Aircraft or other light aircraft models. – Know Who Is Working On Your Aircraft: Bellanca is a small company and we love the Bellanca brand.

As the current Type Certificate holder, we are your resource for new parts, service, or even a full overhaul of Cruisemasters, Cruisair, and Viking aircraft.

If you need an annual, routine service, or repair work – we’re available to take care of all your needs. Feel free to follow us on Facebook or contact us today. We thank you for your continued support!

Explore New Opportunities

With our membership program, you can connect with other Bellanca owners in your area.

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Unmatched Convenience

We are centrally located in Sulphur, OK.

Expertise

We have expert A&P Mechanics, and fabric & paint repair techs on staff to help repair and maintain our fleet.

Precision Engineered

We manufacture most of our own parts specifically for our fleet.

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News & Events

Bellanca Factory Re-location Update

Bellanca Aircraft, Inc. The new Bellanca Aircraft factory and maintenance facility in Sulphur, Oklahoma is operational with some limitations on services. Aircraft owners can now schedule maintenance services, including annual inspections, repairs and preventive...

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Pilots asked to help fight human trafficking

AOPA General Aviation News Federal law enforcement and security officials are expanding the scope of a program designed to combat human trafficking to encourage active participation by members of the general aviation community. Read More

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Van’s drops further RV–15 hints

AOPA General Aviation News The highly anticipated RV–15 will be different from the engineering test aircraft unveiled at EAA AirVenture Oshkosh 2022, Van’s Aircraft officials said. Read More

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