Game Composites, founded by Walmart heir Steuart Walton, has received FAA type and production certificates for its GB1 Gamebird, a two-place composite aerobatic and training aircraft. The Bentonville, Arkansas, manufacturer reported orders on hand for 19 of the clean-sheet aircraft and initially plans to produce about one per month but production could double by year’s end. Walton is a Georgetown-educated attorney, a pilot like his grandfather and Walmart founder Sam Walton, and ...

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