DEKO-5 was designed by Polish aeronautical engineers: Marek Debski, Krzysztof Kotlinski,
Type: Side-by-side ultra-light, training and observation aircraft - ideal for recreational flyer. First flight, June 1996
Design Features: Pod-and-boom fuselage. Wings braced by V-type struts. Structure: Wing and elevator are made of aluminum tubes and dacron (or ceconite) soft skin. Fuselage structure is construction, as space truss of aluminum tubes with composite joints (Polish Patent). Tail boom is made of two aluminum tubes. Cockpit canopy is made of glassfibre laminate and organic glass. The open cabin offers a very good view. The DEKO-5 is designed to a +4g / -2g load limit
Power Plant: One Rotax 582 (65 hp, electric start and brakes), piston engine with reductor gear 2.58. Propeller: Junkers three-blade, carbon fibre, ground-adjustable pitch propeller.
System: Ballistic parachute recovery system