Eagle 150B: Canards for Our Times

It's from Australia. It's made from Kevlar and a carbon-fiber honeycomb, has three lifting surfaces, a canopy, a center-mounted control stick and a TCM IO-240B kicking out 125 ponies. One of the things the Eagle 150B doesn't have is a small-plane ride, due to its forward-mounted canard, main wing and aft-mounted stabilizer. Is the Eagle 150B the "better mousetrap" that designer John Roncz hoped for? Check out this pilot report by AVweb's Dave Higdon and see for yourself.

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