FAA certifies aerobatic airplane

11/19/2012 | General Aviation News

The Federal Aviation Administration has issued a certification for the XA42 aerobatic airplane built by the German-based company XtremeAir GmbH. The aircraft's fuselage and structural design are made entirely of carbon fiber composite. The two-seater and its single-seat counterpart the XA41 are equipped with a 315hp Lycoming AEIO-580-B1A piston engine, said company officials.

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