What is Microlight?

Modern microlights cover a wide range of machines; everything from the hang glider-like flexwings (aka weightshifts or trikes) to machines which look like, and sometimes outperform, traditional light aircraft.

The General Definition of a Microlight is -
"Microlight aeroplane means an aeroplane designed to carry not more than two persons which has:

(a) a maximum total weight authorised not exceeding:
     300kg for a single seat landplane OR
     450kg for a two seat landplane

(b) either a wing loading at the maximum weight authorised not exceeding 25kg
      per square metre or a stalling speed at the maximum weight authorised not
      exceeding 35 knots calibrated airspeed"

Microlight Types?

There are different types of microlight from powered hang-glider types or flexwings, to those that look and perform just like conventional light aircraft. Reliable and economical purpose built four-stroke and two-stroke engines now make water crossings almost a routine occurrence. You don't need a large airfield, a farmer's field will do, and many microlights can be packed up, placed on a trailer and taken home to your garage. With relatively slow flying speeds and low inertia the microlight is one of the safest forms of recreational flying.

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