by U.S. Light Aircraft Corp.
Hornet - Photo #1

The Hornet is a two-seat, tandem light aircraft trainer. It can be built as an experimental aircraft, under FAR 21,191 or as an ultralight trainer under FAR 103.

The entire airframe is completed by the factory, assembled in precise factory jigs, with over 7,000 rivets.

The Hornet components are manufactured by computer automated equipment, especially designed by U.S.L.A.C. to produce the most precise, highest-quality aircraft possible.

Since its introduction in 93, Hornet builders have won an unprecedented number of awards at the largest air shows in the nation - more than any single design in its class.

Air shows are judged by E.A.A. judges, skilled in all phases of aircraft construction, and are familiar with the latest and greatest the world has to offer. These judges know quality when they see it.

Source: flyhornet.com

Note: take-off and landing distance not over 50ft obstacle


Empty weight:
1000 lbs (454 kg)
475 lbs (215 kg)
Stall speed:
28 kts (32 mph) (52 kph)
Cruise speed:
61 kts (70 mph) (113 kph)
104 kts (120 mph) (193 kph)
1000 ft/min (5.1 m/s)
Glide ratio:
Take-off distance:
175 ft (53 m)
Landing distance:
150 ft (46 m)
Hirth 65 Hp Engine
For sale for: USD 18,950 / EUR 17,434

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Hornet - Photo #2