LAZAIR Ultralight Airplane 3 Axis Control ROTAX 185 No Medical Or License Needed
- City: Winston-Salem, North Carolina
- Zip/Postal Code: 27101
- Listed: Nov 5, 2012 11:42 PM
- Expires: This ad has expired
LOST YOUR MEDICAL? No problem. The Lazair does NOT require a license, medical, or any kind of rating to fly legally. Where else can you fly for a little over a GALLON PER HOUR with no medical or license? The wings and control surfaces have been covered with Tedlar and have been painted on top. All the ribs have riveted cap strips on the bottom to keep the fabric from balooning in flight. The wings come off easily with just a few bolts making it ready to transport. The Lazair is one of the safest ultralight aircraft ever built. It will not spin, and the stall is a gentle mush. It does not fall off on one wing because of the washout in the wings, and the tips stall last. If you want a stable flyer, this is for you. It has full three axis control. The control stick controls the ailerons and elevators, and separate rudder pedals control the rudders. The rudders and elevators are combined (ruddervators) in the turned down tail which makes the Lazair very controllable in slow flight and taxi because the air blast of the engines is directed into them. There is also less drag than a T tail. One unique feature of this Lazair is the ability to lock the rudders and ailerons together to fly it using the stick only if you are not used to using rudders or you prefer to fly that way. You can unlock them with the flip of a knob to use rudders separately. Take off roll is about 50 to 100 feet. Glide ratio is 13 to 1. Climb rate is about 250 feet per minute with a 200 pound person. A 250 pound person can fly it. Empty weight of this LAZAIR is 220 lbs. Cruise….