Aeroprakt A-22 Foxbat
Having completed its first flight in October 1996, the Ukrainian Aeroprakt A22 was designed by Uri Yakovlev. The LS version was designed to a maximum 600kg MTOW, with outstanding short-field performance and a very low (32kt) stall speed in the landing configuration. Marketed as the 'Foxbat' in Australia, the type also offers outstanding visibility, Rotax-powered engine reliability and dual 'Y-yoke' controls - and it has proven itself as a popular and safe aircraft for agricultural short-field operations or for mid-range touring.
This example has been hangared throughout its life, regularly maintained and offers very low total and engine/propeller hours (1500 hr / 15 year TBO). A Dynon Skyview colour EFIS completes the package, making this machine a sort-after RAAus (or GA) flight school trainer or online workhorse - or for private agricultural and touring operations. In current short supply, these aircraft have been proven to offer almost unparalleled value-per-mile (and value-per-hour) flying for their owners.
Primary (engine / propeller 1)
Standard Aeroprakt A22LS avionics, Dynon Skyview, Filser VHF Com, Microair Transponder
e.g towbar, aircraft cover
Sea Level @ 75% power