Air navigation standards. Wing structure features a
single spar torque box connected to fuselage via three pin
attachments to each half wing.
Fuselage structure is a steel tubing framework for cabin area high
protection and semi-monococque light alloy tail to support
Ease of inspection; immediate access for servicing that is efficient
and inexpensive at the same time. Particular attention is devoted to
fuselage aerodynamics with the adoption of a composite fairing that
elegantly and efficiently joins the cabin with the vertical tail.
Specially studied wheel fairing are mounted on each wheel to reduce
parasite drag. Landing light is located inside engine cowling in
correspondence of nose wheel strut.
Engine cowling is made up two parts and allows for quick and
complete opening. Fuel tanks are integral part of the wing structure
and feature 35 litre capacity per each half wing. Fuel feed is via
an engine driven pump and is backed-up for emergency by an electric
The wide cabin (1,10 m) features two side by side seats that can be
adjusted via sliding rail stops, a large baggage compartment is
located behind seats.
Cabin access is through a canopy that slides towards rear of
aircraft overlapping tail fairing consequently allowing unrestricted
opening even with aircraft in flight.
The wide windshield offers a complete view unhindered by structural
elements, while large side windows allow for excellent visibility.
The entirely moving tailplane permits superior control and a high
degree of stick free stability, moving surfaces feature mass
Landing gear components have been thoroughly tested and feature a
clear record of safety and efficiency. The main landing gear
consists of special steel springs with 5.00-5 size tires and
hydraulically actuated disc brakes, while nose gear features a
steerable wheel with rubber shock. instrument panel meets General Aviation standards both in size and
quality allowing for installation of a wide variety of flight
instrumentation inclusive of IFR, engine controls and com/nav
Flight controls are traditional type with dual stick, dual rudder
pedals and dual throttle knobs on dashboard. Longitudinal trim and
electrical flap controls with position indicators are also located
Cabin ventilation is via adjustable air vents fed via buried scoops.
ENGINE IS FOUR STROKE, FOUR OPPOSING CYLINDERS
AUTOMOBILE GRADE FUEL
* ROTAX 912 S DA 73,5 kW (100 hp) REDUCTION GEARBOX 1:2,428