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Various Ultralight/Microlight Aircraft Types

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ULAC
Aircraft
Name Ultralight/Microlight Aircraft Types
Manufacturer Various
Body Narrow
Wing Fixed Wing
Type code
Engine
Engine count
Mass group UNK


Manufacturered as:


Various Ultralight/Microlight Aircraft Types

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Description

An ultralight aircraft type which has not (yet) been assigned a designator.

Technical Data

Wing span m" m" is not a number.
Length m" m" is not a number.
Height m" m" is not a number.
Powerplant
Engine model

Accidents & Serious Incidents involving ULAC

  • ULAC / A319 vicinity Southend UK, 2013 (On 18 July 2013, an Airbus A319 level at 2000 feet QNH in Class G airspace and being radar vectored towards an ILS approach at Southend in day VMC had a sudden but brief base leg encounter with a paramotor which was not visible on radar and was seen too late for avoiding action to be practicable, before passing within an estimated 50 metres of the A319. The paramotor pilot could not subsequently be traced. The Investigation made a safety recommendation to the UK CAA to "review the regulation and licensing of paramotor pilots".)