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The SportStar was the very first aircraft in the world approved by the United States FAA in the S-LSA category. The SportStar MAX was the next generation of SportStar’s:

Comfortable enough for business travel and maintaining the handling ease of a great trainer, made the SportStar MAX the holder of the prestigious “S-LSA Aircraft of the Year” honor from AeroNews Network (ANN). The aircrafts’ astounding handling qualities, stability, and operation reliability, matched with metal airframe benefits and low operational costs make the SportStar MAX popular in flight schools in more than 40 countries.


Uncompromising General Aviation Quality

The SportStar MAX uncompromising build quality and reliability is based on Evektor-Aerotechnik´s certified aircraft production by the European Aviation Safety Agency – EASA, LAMA certification, ISO 9001:2008 Quality Management System as well as over 40 years Evektor-Aerotechnik´s experience in aircraft production. This means that the airplane is assembled according to the very best of today´s General Aviation standards.


Elegancy and All-round view

The new ergonomic interior with eye-catching luxury, elegancy, and state-of-the art avionics provide a supreme comfort for your touring pleasure. Panoramic canopy glazing with almost 360º all-round view provides you a perfect situational awareness in all phases of your flight, including take-off and landing.


Supreme Comfort & Outstanding Spaciousness

The spacious cockpit has an amazing 46.5 inches (1.18 meters) of shoulder room, providing enough space even for large / tall pilots. Comfortable seating with high backrests


The SportStar MAX has excellent flight characteristics, stability and outstanding control harmonies. The airplane passed extensive spin testing. The SportStar MAX operation reliability has been proven in flight schools in 40 countries worldwide, where the airplane is operated in different training programs, different climate conditions and also from grass and unpaved airfields. These excellent flight characteristics paired with low operation costs make the SportStar MAX the predominant choice for pilot training in flight schools worldwide.


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The BushCat is the third and latest generation of the aircraft previously known as the Cheetah. It is an aircraft which has been designed around four principles: Simplicity, ruggedness, low cost and FUN!


The original Cheetah LSA was a robust and reliable work horse. It quickly gained popularity among the South African bush flying community, and earned its reputation as a fun flying utility aircraft. Aerodynamic and ergonomic improvements were later made to the aircraft, as well as modifications from worldwide customer feedback, which resulted in the second generation Cheetah XLS.

It soon became clear that the role of the aircraft was to serve bush pilots in areas that other light sport aircraft just couldn’t handle. As a result, the focus moved toward making the aeroplane tougher than any other in its class, and able to withstand the might of the veld and tundra – as a result the BushCat was born.

Since then the BushCat has continued to serve its duties as a bush aeroplane and is being successfully used in anti-wildlife-poaching missions in various regions of Africa. More BushCats are on order by conservation entities for this very purpose as it meets the very specific requirements of these missions.

The aircraft is extremely comfortable with the widest cabin in its class and offers generous headroom making the aircraft perfect for all sizes of pilots.

Due to its simplistic modular design, the aircraft is extremely easy to work on thus reducing the cost of maintenance and repair to a minimum.

Available in nose-wheel and tail-dragger configurations, the aircraft also caters for all preferences. At the 2013 EAA Airventure Oshkosh convention, SkyReach proudly rolled out its Amphibian option, turning heads in the process. The price, performance and cheeky looks of the aircraft capturing the attention of many.

The BushCat demonstrates great performance and STOL ability – at the best price!


Bravo P2004 Tecnam light sport aircraft LSA / Advanced Ultralight

The Tecnam P2004 Bravo was introduced to the light sport aircraft market in the early 2000's. The Bravo is a single-engine light sport aircraft with a, cantilevered, high wing, side by side seating, in a tractor configuration.  The Tecnam P2004 Bravo is a multi-purpose aircraft that be used for the both recreational sport flying or as a two seat LSA trainer.

With the creation of the Sport Pilot rule and the Light Sport Aircraft (LSA) category, dreams of becoming a licensed pilot became more feasible for the average pilot. Tecnam, an Italian firm, has been building aircraft since 1948. The Tecnam P2004 Bravo is an attractive tricycle model that features a tapered cantilever wing with electrically operated flaps. The P2004 Bravo has a stabilator, and its empty weight is 620 pounds. Wingspan is 27.55 feet from and the length measures 21.56 feet.

From a distance the P2004 Bravo slightly resembles a Cessna 150 or 152, without wing struts, but the overall performance is superior. Power is supplied by the Rotax 912 ULS powerplant capable of 100 horsepower and a two-blade composite covered wooden propeller. 

The instrument panel contains both standard instruments and an electronic alternative which should satisfy nearly every pilot’s preferences. Two people easily fit into the wide cabin, which features leather upholstery. Maximum speed in level flight at maximum continuous power is 120 knots, and the never exceed speed is 138 knots, with a service ceiling of 13,110 feet.

Pilot visibility is very good, and taxiing the P2004 Bravo is easy using the rudder pedals and steerable nosewheel.

After applying full throttle, the aircraft gains speed rapidly, but torque is noticeable. A slight amount of opposite rudder will easily compensate. The Tecnam will lift off after a slight rearward movement of the control yoke. The best climbing rate is at 68 knots of Indicated Air Speed, and cruising speed ranges from 100-113 knots. The P2004 Bravo is very responsive to the controls. 

Tecnam P2004 Bravo

Aircraft Length: 6,61 m - 21.69 ft 
Wingspan: 8,4 m - 27.55
Plane Height: 2,6 m - 8.53 ft
Weight of empty aircraft: 331 kg - 729 lb
Payload: 227.83 kg -  502 lb
Maximum takeoff weight: 558.83 kg - 1232 lb
Cruising speed: 215 km\h  -  116 Knots
Maximum flight speed: 290 km\h - 156.5 knots
Maximum flight distance: 820 km - 442 Nm
Maximum flight height: 4000 m - 13,110 ft  
aircraft engine type: a piston;
Powerplant: Rotax 912ULS
Power: 100 hp 

Tecnam has no less than five SLSA & Advanced Ultralight models, the most of any producer, now that they added their handsome P2008 to the fleet. 

Bravo is their high wing cantilevered version and it's a favorite among many for its enormous view, a full 360 degrees of vision and no struts to block the scenery.

Bravo flies with the usual Tecnam natural feel and cruises toward the upper end of the LSA/ Advanced Ultralight spectrum. 

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