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Discussion in 'Aircraft Design / Aerodynamics / New Technology' started by henryk, Jun 22, 2018.
=last engine test,
soon to the skies !
I'm sure just a translation error, but I did get a chuckle out of the description of the above jet.
The world's smallest disposable jet Flaris Lar 1 has just completed the final FJ33-5A engine tests. These are the plane’s last ground tests. Next month it will be transported to the airport, where it will take to the skies for the first time./
Disposable?? Fly it once and get another one?
neat looking jet, tho.
Way past my skill level.
=pilot+4 passangers +luggage +fuel...<800 kg
=empty weight =700 kg
=+ GRS recovery system...
-later +dynamic break for paraschute!
(V tuch=circa 0 m/s !!!)
Neat jet. Those suicide doors are a little freaky, though.
=9 point lock (<9000 m), comfortable for occupants (womens too!)
=small garage,car type.
=FLARIS LAR01 MAIDEN flight !
(very long time we was weit...)
BTW=Wieslaw Cena=the same test pilot was fly in BIELIK jet=
PS= FLARIS can be piloted with AMATEUR
=hangared in small garage !!
=operated on the 250 m long graas airfield !
=much moore on FACEBOOK...
=first attemps in the air...(gusty)
-better video, first flights...
Great clip, lovely plane, I wish them much success. I suspect there are a lot of relatively short, popular routes where this could make a lot of sense as an on-demand air taxi (UBER AIR?) to bypass the hassle of airline travel with much faster door-to-door speed.
>250 m graas airfield,
=2200 - 3200 km distance
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