||The Aquila A210 is a Light Sports Aircraft and completely „Made in Germany“. It is equipped with control sticks which make the aircraft easy to handle for training flights and private pilots. The large canopy grants an excellent 360° view for safe VFR operations. The seats are very comfortable due to ergonomic seatforms, soft seat cushions and 4-point seat belts.
The 100hp Rotax 912 S3 Engine is very reliable and economical. At 5000ft with 65% the fuel consumption is at about 19 Litres/h. The aircraft is certified for Avgas 100LL and Mogas operations.
Together with the Variable Pitch MT-Propeller MTV-21A the airplane can reach up to 105 kts cruise speed.
Airplane time state
||AC/TT: 3608:42 h (05.05.2022)
Eng. TT: 582:29 h
Prop. TSO: 0 h
Prop. Governor TSO: 0h
A complete AD/SB list and time-limited parts list can be provided upon request
Remark: All total times may vary due to the aircraft still being used in training sessions
At the moment the aircraft is not flyable due to the 100h-Inspection. Also the engine has been removed for reapir by Rotax.
||Grey/Light Green interior, seats and carpets
Original seatcushions and carpets,
Interior Condition 8/10
||White with diagonal green and silver stripes (all letters and stripes are made out of foil so they can be removed easily)
Paint still in original condition
Paint Condition 8/10
||VFR and Night VFR equipped
Com/Nav - Garmin GNS430 (8,33 Mhz)
Transponder – Garmin GTX328
Intercom – Garmin GMA340
ELT – Kannad 406 AF Compact
||„Soft Field“ Wheel Fairings
Night VFR equipped (conforms to Aquila Service Bulletin AT01-010)
- Second alternator
- Big landing light
||The plane is fully airworthy and has an ARC (due date 26/Oct./2022)
A flight test and pre-buy inspection can be made at any time.
The aircraft has only been operated in our flight school since manufacturing. Also all the maintenance since then has been performed by our own maintenance department and a complete maintenance record can be provided since 2010. The aircraft had an accident during a training session landing in 04/2013 (very hard landing). The aircraft has been repaired then by the manufacturer Aquila with a full repair record.
More pictures can be sent on request. The aircraft was always hangared.