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Sales for UL91 have been off to a slow start in the UK

PUBLISHED: 11:44 27 May 2016 | UPDATED: 11:44 27 May 2016

'Aeroplane' El Ronzo, Flickr CC 2.0

'Aeroplane' El Ronzo, Flickr CC 2.0

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Thousands of motors across Europe are able to use Avgas UL91. Modern flex-wing microlights, modern autogyros, and popular aircraft such as the Alpi Pioneer, Aquila, Banbi MCR-01, CT2, Europa, EV-97 Eurostar, A-22 Foxbat, C42 Ikarus, SportCruiser, Tecnam P2002 and Twin P2006 can all benefit by switching to UL 91 today.

Unlike Avgas 100 LL, Avgas UL 91 is an unleaded fuel, making it cleaner for the environment and it meets the international standard ASTM D7547.

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