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Jet Shark
Jet Shark
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When 300km/hour is not enough, there are some ideas to create jet-powered aircraft using Shark design, so You could fly 400-500 km/hour according to used engine.

Price-induction jet looks nice for that purposes : 
At Take Off Power, you can get up to 255daN, consuming 80kg/h of fuel for the DGEN 380 and 330daN with 100kg/h fuel consumption for the DGEN 390.

www.price-induction.com

of course - this kind of aircraft cannot be called Ultralight, although its empty weight could be  very similar

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Shark at PILOTES magazine No.16 Print E-mail
Written by Jaroslav Dostál   
Sunday, 31 May 2009 14:19

PILOTES magazine No.16 published complex of articles about AERO Friedrichshafen 2009.

Francois Besse used example of Shark development to show influence of economical crisis to new aircraft development .

click to second picture - to read this Shark's part of his article : France

 
Feel-Good FLYER Print E-mail
Written by Jaroslav Dostál   
Sunday, 05 October 2008 12:03

 

USA Ever met someone you instantly liked? The MD3 Rider is one friendly yet .

By James Lawrence

Someone recently told me that all LSA are 'fun' and pretty much fly the same. That notion challenges my beliefs. Everything in life is subjective, even scientific observation. And if you're the least bit sensitive to your environment, you'll probably agree that any vehicle, just like any person you meet, has a distinct feel and personality. Call it the Mazda Miata vs. VW Beetle syndrome: Every ride has its own ineffable feel.

My bias was reinforced when I made my first flight in the MD3 Rider. I didn't know exactly why initially, but I immediately felt at home in the friendly little airplane. The Rider comes from European sport aircraft maker Flyitalia (www.flyitalia.it), based near Milan, Italy. Designed by celebrated Czech designer Jaroslav Dostál, the S-LSA, which received ASTM approval in April, is conventionally built with an all-metal semi-monocoque airframe and aluminum skin. We'll get to the design and construction in due course.

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