Successfully building and flying a homebuilt aircraft can be among a pilot’s greatest accomplishments. In exchange for hours of hard work and dedication, homebuilders have access to an affordable aircraft that’s uniquely their own.
Europa Aircraft are pleased to announce the launch of the Elite, a brand-new British kit plane due for release in 2020. This VLA-catergorised aircraft is an all composite, two seat, side by side aircraft with unique characteristics. Unrivaled speed, agility, style and luxury makes the Elite superior in its class. An aerobatic capable version, the Elite +, will also be available.
|Design Load Factor||+4.0 / -2.0g**|
|Minimum Usable Load||279 kgs*|
|Fuel Capacity||110 litres|
|Wing Area||10.88 m²|
|Wing Span||9340 mm|
|Overall Length||6430 mm|
|Overall Height||2350 mm|
*Crew, Fuel and Baggage
** Elite + specifications will differ, complete the form below for more details.
More information, including Elite performance specifications and Elite + specifications, is due to be released over the next few months prior to the official launch of sales via production slots.
Find more: https://www.europa-aircraft.co.uk/
The Elite has a spacious cockpit, expansive luggage bay and a choice of engines are enhanced by optional extras including a Ballistic Recovery Parachute, without a limit on colour schemes. Moreover, it will be easy to build, enabling even a novice builder to take to the skies in as little time as possible.
The world’s first fully electric commercial aircraft has taken its inaugural test flight, taking off from the Canadian city of Vancouver and flying for 15 minutes.
It was a short but historic moment on the Fraser River on Tuesday morning as Vancouver-based Harbour Air completed the debut test flight of what aims to be the world’s first fully electric commercial aircraft.
Do you think this aircraft will start new electric aviation age?