2012 Aeroprakt A-22 LS Foxbat

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Make
Aeroprakt
Model
A-22 LS Foxbat
Year
2012
Seller
WilcoAviation
Location
Somerset, United Kingdom
Condition
Pre-owned
Seller type
Broker
Total Time
310 h
Undercarriage
Other
Seats
2
Flight Rules
VFR Day
Registration
G-CHHB

Highlights

  • Wilco Aviation is pleased to present to the market a delightful example of an Aeroprakt A-22 LS Foxbat.
  • Charlie Hotel is powered by a low-hour 100 hp (75 kW) Rotax 912ULS engine, delivering exceptional short-field performance.

Exterior

  • Exterior – 9/10

Interior

  • Interior – 8/10

Specifications

Seat Configuration
1+1

Engine

Manufacturer, Model
Rotax, 912 ULS
Power
100
Fuel Type
Avgas UL91

Avionics

XPNDR
Trig, TT21
PFD/HSI
AvMap, Ultra EFIS
Other
  • Air Speed Indicator (ASI)
  • Vertical Speed Indicator (VSI)
  • Altimeter
  • Oil temperature gauge
  • Oil pressure gauge
  • Voltage meter

Other

Other
  • Electronic Pitch Trim
  • LED landing lights
  • Strobe lights
  • Dual USB ports
  • Compass
  • Engine and cockpit cover

Additional Remarks

  • Distinguished by its vibrant red spat ‘shoes,’ reminiscent of the iconic character from the 1939 film “The Wizard of Oz,” this aircraft is affectionately known among enthusiasts as ‘Dorothy.’
  • The Aeroprakt A-22 Foxbat is a Ukrainian-designed two-seat, high-wing, tricycle landing gear ultralight aircraft created by Yuri Yakovlev and manufactured by Aeroprakt. In the United States, the A-22 is recognized as the Valor, while in the UK and Australia, it is referred to as the Foxbat. Additionally, it has been marketed under the name Vision. The Aeroprakt A-22 is available either as a factory-built “ready-to-fly” aircraft or as a kit comprising 152 components, which can be assembled in approximately 500 man-hours.
  • The A-22 is constructed primarily from metal, incorporating composite materials for the engine cowling, wing fillets, and wheel spats. Its wing upper surfaces are aluminum-covered, while the lower surfaces are fabric-covered. All control surfaces are covered with fabric on both top and bottom, enhancing visibility through the ample glazing, which includes convex doors for direct viewing below. Featuring a 3-axis control system, the A-22 provides the pilot with full control of the aircraft. Instead of ailerons and flaps, flaperons are used, resulting in a stall speed of approximately 28 knots when fully deployed. Dual controls are integrated through a central “Y” yoke control system.
  • Charlie Hotel is powered by a low-hour 100 hp (75 kW) Rotax 912ULS engine, delivering exceptional short-field performance.
  • ‘Dorothy’ truly embodies the joy of flying with its agility, cost-effectiveness, and overall delightful flying experience.
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