The XENON is ingeniously and solidly constructed in a one-Piece composite body equipped with all Necessary reinforcements. Its spacious cabin offers an incomparable side-by-side Comfort (125 cm), giant windows and a wrap around windshield.
It was in 1971, when aircraft designer Michel Colomban started work on this small aircraft Cri Cri with two engines. His target was to build small, economis plane with two engines, which would be able to flying also some aerobatic maneuvers.
Sky-MAXX, the ideal aircraft for pilots desiring the higher cruise speeds available with aircraft in the Light Sports Aircraft (LSA/SLA) or microlight/ultralight category, whilst still maintaining the short field capabilities of the traditional microlight.
The Stylus X3/X2 aircraft is constructed as a strut shoulder-wing monoplane with two wing struts, two-spur wing with separated lift flaps and winglets. The fuselage is of truss construction made of steel pipes.