Meyers Aircraft Company
The Meyers Aircraft Company was a US aircraft manufacturer established by Al Meyers in Tecumseh, Michigan in 1936 at what is now Meyers–Diver's Airport. Originally, the company produced a biplane trainer, the Meyers OTW, but after World War II developed a range of light utility aircraft, culminating in the Meyers 200. In 1965, the company and the rights to two of its aircraft, the 145 and 200 were purchased by Rockwell-Standard.
|Model name||First flight||Number built||Type|
|Meyers OTW||1936||104||Training biplane|
|Meyers Me-165W||1942||1||CPTP Trainer|
|Meyers MAC-145||1947||22||Sports aircraft|
|Meyers 200||1955||129||Light cabin aircraft|
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