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Old 08-10-2009, 03:10 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Lindbergh Aircraft Tug Company

Lindbergh Aircraft Tug Company, has a new battery powered, walk-behind, quiet electric aircraft tug designed for one person to safely and easily maneuver aircraft in/out of tight spaces in hangers or in staging on a ramp. They have taken industry standard parts and hand control systems commonly found in the material handling industry and applied the technology to the aircraft towing industry. Until now, the small aircraft tow industry has been dominated with outdated gas powered lawn mowing power train systems. Their aircraft tractor is designed for more demanding use where greater product reliability is needed.

Lindbergh's aircraft tugs have smooth acceleration and braking systems that eliminate the rough starting/stopping of gas powered clutching systems. Also, the quietness of their electric motors allow an operator to manipulate their airplane while having the full use of sound, site, and touch. The versatility and quality of their aircraft tow tugs are perfect for any aircraft towing application up to 35,000 lbs for individual, FBO, or corporate aircraft ground equipment.

If you are in need of aircraft towing or just looking for information, Lindbergh Aircraft Tug Company manufactures the highest quality aircraft tugs at the most competitive prices. Please contact them today at 1-800-686-2651 or visit them on the web at
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