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THE ULTRACRUISER

FAR PART 103 ULTRALIGHT

HP (RANGE) : 28 - 45 HP

GROSS WEIGHT : 575

VNE : 95 MPH

CRUISE : 63 MPH

STALL : 28 MPH

TAKEOFF RUN : 150 FT

TAKEOFF OVER 50 FT OBSTACTLE : 300 FT

RATE OF CLIMB : 500 - 1000 FT/MIN

LANDING DISTANCE : 300 FT

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THE H5

HP (RANGE) : 60-  85 HP

GROSS WEIGHT : 850

VNE : 150 MPH

CRUISE : 100 - 130 MPH

STALL : 42 MPH

TAKEOFF RUN : 300 FT

RATE OF CLIMB : 800 - 1200 FT/MIN

LANDING DISTANCE : 800 FT

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THE HUMMELBIRD

HP (RANGE) : 32 - 45 HP

GROSS WEIGHT : 550

VNE : 145 MPH

CRUISE : 100 - 115 MPH

STALL : 42 MPH

TAKEOFF RUN : 300 FT

TAKEOFF OVER 50 FT OBSTACTLE : 1000 FT

RATE OF CLIMB : 400 - 800 FT/MIN

LANDING DISTANCE : 800 FT

WHAT DOES IT MEAN TO BE FAR PART 103 COMPLIANT?

Most general aviation aircraft in the United States are registered to the FAA with respective tail numbers. The FAA allows for aircraft meeting certain weight, fuel, and airspeed requirements to be flown under Part 103 of the Federal Aviation Regulations (FAR). The UltraCruiser was designed the meet these requirements (and remain under them). Given that, the UltraCruiser can be easily constructed to be Part 103 compliant. This means, in short, that it may be flown without a pilot's license, medical certificate, or previous aircraft experience. The UltraCruiser was designed to be easy to fly, and many customers build one as their first ever aircraft. For more specific information on Part 103, please view the respective FAA regulations and advisory circulars.

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