The Comco-Ikarus C42B Cyclone is a two-seat high-wing ultralight aeroplane with a fixed tricycle undercarriage.
Developed as the successor of the Fox C22, the Comco-Ikarus C42 is an innovative two-seat
micro-light aircraft. Production of the C-42 started in 1997 and over 1000 C42 are built
and exported world-wide. The powerplant of the C42 is a 4-cylinder-4-stroke Rotax
912UL engine. The empty weight of the aeroplane is 275 kg. With an
airspeed of 175 km/hr and a fuel tank volume of 50 litre the range of
the C42B is approx. 650 km.
The 2003-built Comco-Ikarus C42B Cyclone c/n 0309-6564 was registered PH-3T8 in the Netherlands on 24 October 2003.
The airframe is powered by a Rotax 912UL DCDI engine. When owned and operated by the Vliegclub Westerwolde/ U.L.V.,
Comco-Ikarus C42B Cyclone PH-3T8 was photographed at MLA-aerodrome Stadskanaal in Vledderveen, the Netherlands.