Garmin GTN650, dual G3X Touch ten inch screens, back-up G5 EFIS, Audio panel, Autopilot.
Our TAA are equipped with certified avionics and can be used for IFR Instrument Training.
Students can not land with the brake engaged.
Nose wheel steering is the best. Dual teleflex steering cables.
Gross Weight 1320 lbs, Empty 803 lbs. Useful Load 517 lbs. Payload with 4 hours fuel 400 lbs.
Dual Aneroid carburetors, electric starting packs, 18 amp starter, water cooled and air cooled.
Dual Teleflex Nose Wheel steering cables and tail wheel roller to protect tail.
Gross Weight is 1320 pounds.
Empty Weight is 789 pounds.
Single Garmin G3X Touch 10 inch screen.
Auto Pilot controlled from the touch screen.
ADS-B in and out. XM Traffic and Weather.
Beautiful Black cloth seats and a Carbon Fiber Panel. The Hand Brake prevents any landings with the brakes on and the Berringer brakes are non skid.
Holds 44 pounds in each wing locker located over the center of gravity. Heavy items go in the wings. Room for two airline carry-ons in baggage area behind the seats @ 30 lbs.
The hat shelf is certified for 7 lbs.
Fuel Injected with Rotax Electronic Control Unit. Burns only 4 gph at 5000 RPM in ECO mode.
The FAA recognizes the Bristell as a Technically Advanced Aircraft. This means the Bristell can be used for training students to earn the Instrument ratings.
Dual G3X ten inch Touch Screens, G5 back up EFIS, GTN650 com/ILS/GPS Certified, GMA 345 Audio Panel with clearance playback and USB port, GMC 507 Autopilot Module, ESP
The Garmin Autopilot couples with vertical guidance, GPS steering, and altitude hold.
We have various Rotax engines so our students learn various operational techniques.
Students who are 6'8" tall and or 250 pounds can fit in a Bristell
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