Visit us at EAA Airventure 2024

EAA Airventure in Oshkosh, Wisconsin is one of the largest aviation expo’s on earth.  We will have aircraft on display at our booth 217, from July 22-28, so make sure you stop by.

The New Comp Air 6.2

The next generation of experimental sport utility aircraft has arrived

Enhance your floatplane

Meet the latest innovation for float aircraft, the CompWing

Comp Air 6.2
Piston | Turbine
Multi-Role Utility Experimental

Comp Air 9

Experimental Aircraft Kits


High performance kit-built airplanes, ranging in size from 6 to 10 seats, powered by engines from 300 to 1,650 hp, with cruise speeds ranging from 170 knots to 300 knots TAS.                        

Comp Air 8 Floats

Aircraft Floats


Amphibious and straight float options, for aircraft from 1200 – 7000 lbs                                                                                                                                                                                

Compwing Caravan



The float wing is designed to give you extra useful load, which helps amphibious and straight float aircraft which may be operating near their max useful load when hauling cargo or passengers.

Experience the power and performance of Comp Air Aviation’s high-performance kit-built airplanes. Our aircraft kits range in size from 6 to 10 seats, and are designed around engines with impressive horsepower between 300 and 1,650. Cruise speeds from 170 knots to an impressive 300 knots TAS. We also offer versatile amphibious and straight float kits for aircraft weighing from 1200 to 7000 lbs, with an option to enhance the performance of your experimental floatplane with our specially designed compwing.     

Press Articles

Press Releases and Blog Posts

Unveiling the Engine Options of the Comp Air 6.2 Experimental Aircraft

The Comp Air 6.2 Experimental allows you to choose your powerplant of choice. Without the limitations of certificated airplanes, you can chose a powerplant that is right for you. Whether that is a FADEC diesel engine, a 750 horsepower turbine, or a traditional avgas burning piston, when you build your own experimental, you have options.

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