Aircraft built entirely of composite (glass, carbon), the Airelle is a push-pull twin, can take off, fly and land on one of its two engines, maintaining a balanced flight. Added to this is the security of the canard.
Designed to accommodate 2 and 4 stroke engines from 40 to 100 hp, the Airelle will be
The Airelle is intended for private pilots and professionals (monitoring of forest fires, coastal surveillance, search for schools of fish...).
Today's version of Airelle is as an ULM (ultralight aircraft), equipped with two 40hp Hirth engines.
Wingspan : 9.46 m Length : 5.88 m Engine : Hirth 2-stroke, electronic fuel injection, 2 x 40 hp Empty weight : 295 kg Maximum weight : 472.5 kg (with parachute) Cruise speed 230 km / h Stall speed : 58 km / h * Tank capacity : 60 l Consumption : 14 l / h (cruise)