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  • Aviakit Vega 3000


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    • The Aviakit Véga is an ultralight aircraft seating two in side-by-side configuration.

    Roland Prevot started Aviakit to produce kits for home building of his two-seat, side-by-side configuration, ultralight design, originally named the Aviakit Hermès. It was intended as an ultralight that could be quite quickly (300 hours) assembled by inexperienced constructors. In September 2001 production rights were acquired by PJB Aerocomposite and the aircraft renamed the Aviakit Véga 2000 or Aerocomposite Véga 2000 but the arrangement ran into financial difficulties and in June 2004 Aviakit were reformed to produce what has since been known as the Aviakit Véga 3000.

     

    It was designed in France in the late 1990s to be easily constructed by amateurs from kits and was offered with a choice of three engines and of tricycle or conventional undercarriages.

     

    For more information, click here.

     

    Tricycle version.

     

    Aviakit Vega 3000 tricycle gear 1.JPGAviakit Vega 3000 tricycle gear 2.JPG

     

    Tailwheel version.

     

    Aviakit Vega 3000 AIRBORNE.jpgAviakit Vega 3000 TAILWHEEL.jpg


    Specifications

    Seats
    : Two, side by side.
    Length
    : 6.50 m (21 ft 4 in)
    Wingspan
    : 9.35 m (30 ft 8 in)
    Height
    : 1.80 m (5 ft 11 in)
    Wing Area
    : 11.50 m2 (123.8 sq ft)
    Empty Weight
    : 264 kg (582 lb)
    MTOW
    : 472.5 kg (1,042 lb) ultralight. Experimental 560 kg (1,234 lb)
    Fuel Capacity
    : 80 L (21.1 US gal; 17.6 Imp gal)
    Powerplant
    : 1 × Rotax 912 ULS air- and water-cooled, horizontally opposed four-cylinder, four-stroke
    Vne
    : 250 km/h (160 mph, 130 kn)
    Cruise Speed
    : 210 km/h (130 mph, 110 kn) at 75% power
    Stall Speed
    : 62 km/h (39 mph, 33 kn) with 10° flaps
    Range
    : 945 km (587 mi, 510 nmi)
    Takeoff Dist.
    : 150 m (495 ft)
    Landing Dist.
    : 100 m (330 ft)
    Rate of Climb
    : 8.5 m/s (1,670 ft/min) at sea level


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