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PH-3H4 Urban Air UFM-13 Lambada c/n 5/15 - MLA-airfield Stadskanaal in Holland - 13 May 2001 more at MLA airfield Stadskanaal

The Urban Air UFM-13 Lambada is a two-seat middle-wing ultralight aeroplane. The UFM-13 Lambada is developed and built by Urban s.r.o. in Czech and is constructed from composite with sandwich construction. The prototype of the side-by-side two-seat Lambada flew first in May 1996. This UL-plane is a taildrager with quickly dismounting wings. The wings with a total wingspan of 12 meter, quickly to increase by mounting 2 x 1,5 meter wingtips unto 15 meter, give the Lambada excellent gliding performances.

Urban Air Lambada UFM-13 c/n 5/15 was registered PH-3H4 in the Netherlands on 20 March 2000. The registered type changed into Urban Air UFM 13/15 Lambada on 25 April 2007. The 2000-built Urbanair UFM13 Lambada was photographed at the ULM-aerodrome Stadskanaal in Vledderveen, the Netherlands.

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