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Whitney Boomerang

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Boomerang DW200
Role Training aircraft
National origin Australia
Manufacturer Dean-Wilson Aviation Ltd
Designed by C.W. Bill Whitney
First flight 6 July 2006
Introduced 2007
Produced 2007-
Unit cost AU$210,000

The Whitney Boomerang DW200 is a two-seat, fixed tricycle gear general aviation airplane, originally designed for flight training, touring and personal use.


The Whitney Boomerang was designed by C.W. "Bill" Whitney as a replacement for the aging two-seat training aircraft fleets. The type certificate was granted on the 18th of December 2007 making the Boomerang only the 5th Australian aircraft to be granted an FAR 23 certificate. The Whitney Boomerang is currently produced by Dean Wilson Aviation located at Kingaroy Airport.


Data from Dean-Wilson Aviation Ltd

General characteristics


See also

Comparable aircraft

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Published in July 2009.

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