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D-MUKO Evektor EV-97 EuroStar Model 2000 c/n 2000-0811 - Flugplatz Oerlinghausen in Germany - 15 May 2015 more Ultralight aeroplanes

The Evektor EV-97 EuroStar is a high-performance single-engine, two-seat, low-wing, all metal microlight airplane with a fixed tricycle undercarriage and controllable nose wheel. The EuroStar is a further development by Aerotechnik of the P-220 UL Koala, a design derived from the Pottier P.220S Koala. The company Aerotechnik was established on 1 January 1970. In 1999, after the fusion with the company Evektor, the company Aerotechnik was transformed into the company Evektor – Aerotechnik. From the start in 1970, Aerotechnik developed and manufactured small aircraft. Single-seat and two-seat versions of A-70 gyroplane belonged among the first designs. In the middle of 1970´s, the motorglider L-13 Vivat was developed. Production of the Vivat was running till mid 1990´s. In 1996, Aerotechnik entered the Ultralight-market with the all-metal aircraft P-220 UL Koala, a design derived from the Pottier P.220S Koala. The P-220 UL Koala remained in production till the end of 1999. Development of the EV-97 EuroStar started in 1997. The EuroStar is an ultralight aircraft designed for sport/leisure flying, touring and training with limitation to non-aerobatic VFR operations. The Eurostar is aerodynamically controlled. The fuselage has a semi-monocoque construction formed with reinforcements and duralumin covers. The tail fin is an integral part of the fuselage. The engine section in the nose is separated from the crew by a firewall, which the engine bed is attached to. The aircraft is equipped with four cylinder four stroke 80 HP Rotax 912 UL engine, optionally 100 HP Rotax 912 ULS or 80 HP Jabiru 2200. Other alternative power units can be installed on request. The maximum speed of the EV-97 is restricted on 270 km/h. The EV-97 EuroStar manufactured by Evektor-Aerotechnik a.s. in Kunovice, Czech Republic. The aircraft is deliverable complete, as a Basic kit and as an Advanced kit. Over 1200 EuroStars are flying in 50 countries worldwide.

The 2000-built Evektor EV-97 EuroStar Model 2000 c/n 2000-0811 D-MUKO was seen at Flugplatz Oerlinghausen EDLO in Germany.

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