|Privately held company|
|Fate||Out of business|
|Products||Homebuilt aircraft plans|
The Javelin Aircraft Company was an American aircraft manufacturer based in Wichita, Kansas. The company specialized in the design and manufacture of homebuilt aircraft in the form of plans for amateur construction.
The company was noted for its Javelin V6 STOL, which took a standard certified Piper PA-20 Pacer airframe and provided plans to replace the powerplant with a Ford Motor Company V6 engine of 210 to 300 hp (157 to 224 kW) and register the aircraft in the Experimental Amateur-built category.
Projects undertaken in the 1980s included the single-seat T200A, which was a high altitude, long range surveillance and TV signal relay aircraft with a ceiling of 40,000 to 50,000 ft (12,192 to 15,240 m) and the Mullens Phoenix, a development of the Bede BD-2 for a long-distance record attempt. The Phoenix had a wingspan of 63.0 ft (19.20 m) and was powered by a Lycoming O-540 of 210 hp (157 kW).
|Model name||First flight||Number built||Type|
|Javelin T200A||1980s||Surveillance and TV signal relay aircraft|
|Javelin V6 STOL||1980s||At least 25||Automotive engine conversion|
|Javelin Wichawk||24 May 1971||At least 18||homebuilt biplane|
|Mullens Phoenix||1981||1||Developed from Bede BD-2 for long-distance record attempt|