The TL Ultralight TL-232 Condor Plus is a two-seat ultralight. The Czech company TL Ultralight
started with the production of trikes in 1990. Their first ultralight was the TL-32 Typhon, of
which since 1991 over 300 were produced. In 1993, this type of aircraft was followed by TL 132 Condor.
The TL-232 Condor Plus is a further development of
the TL-132 Condor. It is a two-place ultralight airplane with seats side-by-side. The TL-232
Condor Plus is the first Czech ultralight aircraft certified also for towing of ultralight
and light gliders. It is feasible to tow banners, too. Thanks to its high efficiency and
cruising speed it is an ideal platform for flight training and touristic flying including
long-distance flights as well. The basic version is powered by Rotax 503 engine, equipped by
a two-blade wooden propeller and basic flight instrumentation only. Upon request it could be
delivered with all other Rotax engines (including Rotax 912), various propellers (including
electrically in-flight adjustable ones), a wide range of other instruments as for example a
GPS set, fuel consumption computer etc. A rocket recovery system belongs to optional extras,
On 5 June 2010, TL Ultralight TL-232 Condor Plus D-MPAK was photographed at
Flugplatz Leer-Papenburg in Germany. The D-MPAK is fitted with a 100 PS Rotax 912 S 4-cylinder,
4-stroke, liquid/air cooled aircraft engine.