2002 ULTRAVIA Pelican PL
PlaneTime is proud to offer this 2002 Ultravia Pelican PL Experimental Aircraft.
The Ultravia Pelican is the name given to two series of high-wing, single-engine, tractor configuration ultralight aircraft that were designed by Jean Rene Lepage and produced in kit form for amateur construction by Ultravia Aero International of Mascouche, Quebec and later Gatineau, Quebec.
The original Pelican Club has a fibreglass fuselage and aluminum frame wings with aircraft fabric covering. The wings were later made all-metal and this model became the Pelican PL. The PL was available from the factory equipped with a 100 hp (75 kW) Rotax 912ULS or a 115 hp (86 kW) Rotax 914 turbocharged engine. Options included tricycle or conventional landing gear.
This particular aircraft was build over a seven year period with a focus quality and comfort. It can be viewed in Seppe on appointment.
Year of Manufacturing: 2002
Total Time on Airframe: 1126
1x Bombardier Rotax 912ULS
Total Time on Engine:
Woodcomp s.r.o. SR 2000XA (Adjustable Pitch)
Number of Blades
Total Time on Propeller:
Black fabric seats and rubber floor covers in good condition
Metallic Gray with blue and red striping
Funke VHF COM (8.33 KHz)
Bendix/King Skymap IIIC
Garmin GNC-255 VHF COM (8.33 KHz)
Filser TRT-800 Mode-S transponder
Sigtronics SPA-400 Intercom
Filser SmartTrim one axis wing leveler
Low voltage warning light
Rotax FLYdat Engine monitor
Price is open to offers. All serious offers are considered.