An Ultralight Trike That Fits In Your Car For Drive And Fly Fun
While at EAA AirVenture 2016, ANN’s Earl Downs traveled south to the ultralight area (The Fun Zone) on a mission to search out some real ultralights. One that caught his eye was named the Aeros Nonolight Trike. Earl talked with Alexander Voronin, the director of Aeros; the company is located in Ukraine.
First up was the question about this good-looking little machine’s ability to meet the FAR 103 ultralight regulations. Voronin assured Earl that with an empty weight of 90 kilograms, it is easily within the FAR 103 empty weight requirements. We checked it out; 90 kilograms is just under 200 pounds.
Trikes are popular in Europe because they are compact and easy to transport. Voronin said that this Trike breaks down into three pieces that can easily fit into a small car with the wing being folded and strapped to the top. Check out the video to get a good look at this nice little Ultralight.
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