EV-AT HARMONY

TYPE: Two-seat lightplane.

PROGRAMME: Revealed (then called Eurostar VLA) 1999; renamed Harmony and made first flight (OK-VLA) 6 April 2001; certification end 2002 and first deliveries early 2003. Initial batch of six, to be followed by further 12.

COSTS: €79,900 to €95,490 (excluding VAT), depending upon avionics fit (2003).

DESIGN FEATURES: Heavier/more powerful version of teamEurostar, conforming to JAR-VLA and BCAR Section S. Reinforced fuselage aft of cockpit; slightly wider wheel track. Flaps deflect 0/15/40o.

Description as for teamEurostar 2002 except as follows:

POWER PLANT: One 73.5 kW (98.6 hp) Rotax 912 ULS flat-four engine; VZLU V230E two-blade, fixed-pitch, wooden propeller. Standard fuel capacity 67 litres (17.7 US gallons; 14.7 Imp gallons).

ACCOMMODATION: Two seats side by side; dual controls. Front-hinged canopy, with larger size of rear transparency (refer EV-97). Baggage space aft of seats.

AVIONICS: VFR instrumentation only in basic aircraft. 'Effect' version adds VSI, turn co-ordinator, VHF com antenna, PM 1000 intercom, Bendix/King KT 76A transponder, ACK encoder, KY 97A VHF and DME/transponder antenna. Top-of-range 'VFR night' suite omits KY 97A and ACK encoder, but adds KLN 35AA GPS with KA 92 antenna, KX 125 nav/com, KT 76A transponder, DME/transponder and VHF antennae, VOR/glideslope antenna, artificial horizon and directional gyro. Further options available.

 

Index Facebook Search Index Facebook Search