Fly Micro

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Microlight aircraft services

RESTORE + CONSTRUCT

  • Restore ‘classic’ microlights to bring them back to life
  • Complete unfinished homebuilt aircraft projects
  • Construct new microlight kitsets

REPAIR + MAINTAIN

  • Repair damaged airframe, undercarriage, struts + windows
  • Carry out maintenance + CAA/factory Service Bulletins
  • Remedy faults found by the inspector or pilot

MODIFY

  • Do recommended factory upgrades
  • Design, test + build modifications
  • Fit portable avionics, instruments + lights
  • Obtain CAA approval for modifications

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Recent Posts

Lightweight elevators

lightweight elevatorsThe Skyleader factory sent out a set of lightweight elevators for the GP One microlight. Made of carbon-fibre with a foam-cored skin, they are torsionally-stiff and have a very smooth surface. The 6 hinge pins were very challenging for me to fit because of the narrow aperture along the hinge line. But with some ingenuity with needle-nose pliers and plenty of patience on my part, they went together nicely.

The new elevators, and last year’s vertical tail unit upgrade, mean that the GP One can avoid any possible flutter up to 195 knots (360 kmph)!

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