Microlight Aircraft

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AlphaBravo
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Microlight Aircraft

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Is the Tecnam P2002JF (EI-LFC, EI-WAT, EI-DRO) a microlight aircraft?

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Pretty sure it's A class.

The Technam P92 echo is a Microlight tho

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MTOW is 600kg. That makes it group A as the cut-off for microlights is 450kg

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We have the P2002JF, EI-DRO, in http://www.kilkennyflying-glidingclub.com and it has 580Kg all up. It ia a class A and we use it for PPL training. Two up half tanks will still get you over 3 hours in the air at 110kts.
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Thanks guys :)

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