Many more aircraft are commonly referred to as Ultralights than they really are…
Officially, these are air sports equipment with a maximum take-off weight of 450 kg plus additional rescue equipment and, under certain conditions, recently increased weight up to 600 kg take-off weight! In Germany, after the country code “D”, they have an “M” in front of the 3 letters of the actual identification.
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The many air sports equipment often have one common denominator, its drive! This is often the Rotax aircraft engine on which we have extensive experience in maintenance and repair.
In addition, there are similar extensive experiences on various cell manufacturers, primarily Comco Ikarus with its types C42 and C22, but also others.
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