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Germany’s first Permit ultralight helicopter

PUBLISHED: 12:28 07 April 2017

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Germany’s Federal Aviation Office has granted first Permit to Fly under new Ultralight Helicopter Regulations to the RotorSchmiede VA115 co-axial ultralight helicopter

RotorSchmiede, a division of China’s DEA General Aviation, has thus far built four proof-of-concept prototypes for initial development and flight-testing leading to EASA CS-VLR certification.

The company says that the VA115, which will be ‘fun and cost effective to own and operate’, will be targeted globally at the sports and leisure market.

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