The Aviasud AE-209 Albatros is a two-seat high-wing ultralight aircraft. Aviasud Engineering from
Fréjus, France developed this largely from strengthened synthetic built 2-seat highwing ULM-aeroplane
with push-propeller. Production of the AE-209 Albatros started in 1992. The Albatros is available with
the 2-stroke Rotax 582 and the 4-stroke Rotax 912 engine. The Albatros classique is equipped with a
tail wheel; the Albatros tricycle is equipped wit a nose wheel or tail wheel. The wings can be folded,
which reduces the needed parking space in the hangar.
On 19 May 1993, Aviasud Albatros GA20962CV s/n 30 was registered PH-2L5 in the Netherlands with Regionale Politie Noord-Brabant Zuid-Oost, Eindhoven.
In June 1993, the registered type was changed to Aviasud AE-209 Albatros. The Regional Police Noord-Brabant Zuid-Oost examined in practice what
the (im) possibilities with the ultralight aircraft were for, among other things, security tasks. On 5 July 1996, the 1993-built Aviasud AE-209
Albatros PH-2L5 was registered with a privat owner and on 28 December 1999, Skyriders at Lelystad was regsitered as the next owner. On 22 November 2001,
the PH-2L5 was registered with a private owner. On 25 April 2011, the Certificate of Airworthiness expired, and on 7 December 2012, registration PH-2L5
On 5 July 1993, Aviasud AE-209 Albatros PH-2L5 was seen at Eindhoven Airport in service with the Regional Police Noord-Brabant Zuid-Oost.