The TL Ultralight TL-132 Condor is a two-seats ultralight aircraft. The Czech company TL Ultralight
started in 1990 with the production of trikes. Their first ultralight was the TL-32 Typhon, of
which over 300 were produced since 1991. The TL 132 Condor, a further development of the TL-32, was introduced in 1993.
The TL 132 is a two-place ultralight airplane with seats side-by-side with and a cruise speed of 123-130km/h with a consumption
of 11 litres fuel per hour. The TL132 Condor ultralight aircraft was not only used by individuals but also by a number of flying schools.
On 2 August 1995, the TL Ultralight TL/132 Condor c/n 95C15 was registered PH-2T6 in the Netherlands
with J.G.H. Vissers, America. On 12 December 1997, the registered type of the PH-2T6 changed into TL-132 Condor.
On 11 May 2000, the TL-132 was registered with H. de Jonge, Stadskanaal and H.R. van Egten, Beilen. On 4 February 2003,
registered ownership of the PH-2T6 changed to J. Rozema, Assen and H. de Jonge, Stadskanaal. The 1995-built TL-132 Condor PH-2T6 is powered
by a lightweight Rotax 912 UL DCDI engine. The aircraft was seen at the MLA-airfield Stadskanaal in Vledderveen, the Netherlands.