Imagine heavenly blue skies and breathtaking scenery below, picturesque spots and cool breeze blowing gently against you. You can now stop the imagination and make a realization!
Soaring up high in the sky, fly freely like a bird seemingly the world under your feet looking like a miniature.
Microlight flying is an exciting adventure sport that provides people of all walks of life the opportunity to glide across the skies and feel the exhilaration of being as free as a bird. Glide and cruise in the sky while enjoying breathtaking views with this unique flying experience!.
Session Length : -
(A) 10 - 15 minutes
Date : - Every Saturday & Sunday
- Weekdays are only available upon the minimum of 2 hours flight
Time : 10.00AM – 06.00PM
- 3 days booking in advance
An unusually wide speed range for this design of a wing, from 50 to 100 km/h. has a wide speed range.
Controllability of this wing will satisfy demands of the most whimsical pilot. It is extremely responsive to control efforts.
Roll efforts are low, both for entering and exiting the turn. The launch is easy, after the lift-off it is recommended to pull-in slightly, especially if you use a powerful engine or in a single-seater variant.
After launching the wing is balanced at cruising speed of 70-75 km/h. The wing can be balanced at a lower speed, but in that case, it is more roll-sensible and at rough control, an inexperienced pilot can have a few nasty moments.
Pitch efforts in all speed range (from 50 to 100 km/h) are moderate, but with a right gradient. The stall is smooth, which is, as a rule, unobtainable in most trikes with the classical layout.
In the near-stall mode, continues steady flight and its nose sinks only after the release of the control bar, after which the wing gains lost speed practically without any dive. The wing has excellent controllability at coordinated control (pitch-roll) and even at not coordinated one (roll only). The wing is stable at turns.
Bumpiness at turbulent flights is easily counteracted. is an ideal wing for manoeuvring flights at low altitude, the pilot has control over the situation at every flight stage. Landing approach is classical. The line of descent can be corrected easily. Even at weak wind, the wing allows hitting the spot.
can be recommended for flights that require a combination of good weight-lifting capability and good manoeuvrability, for example, in agricultural applications or for delivering of loads/passengers to an unequipped site. And with a single-seater version, you'll just enjoy an obedient wing!