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Raj Hamsa Ultralights is an Indian private limited company and ultralight aircraft manufacturer, founded in 1980 by Joel Koechlin of Francemarker. The company is one of India's largest aircraft manufacturers and its only producer of commercial microlight aeroplanes.

The company's headquarters and sole manufacturing facility is located at Bengalurumarker (Bangaloremarker), Indiamarker. The company employs 30-35 people and produces about 100 aircraft kits annually.

The company's X-Air 'S' and 'F' models have been successful in the market and are exported widely. The new Hawk model, known as Hanuman in India, is currently awaiting Indian and UK certification. The ultralights manufactured by Raj Hamsa are some of the least expensive available in Indiamarker and many parts of the world.

The company is a factory agent for Jabiru Aircraft engines.

Aircraft

X-Air 602T
X-Air
The X-Air was the first aircraft produced by the company. A total of 1300 X-Air F and S have been exported by the company. Standard equipment is a Rotax 582UL and basic instruments. The XAir is certified to UK BCAR Section "S".


Hawk (Hanuman)
A new design currently awaiting certification in India and UK. The cheapest model is available with a Jabiru 2200 engine and basic engine instruments. A Rotax 582UL engine is an option. This aircraft is designed for leisure flying and flight training. The aircraft is known in North America as the X-AIR "H"


Voyager
A two-seat cross-country capable ultralight trike powered by a Rotax 582 or Jabiru 2200.


Clipper
A two-seat ultralight trike powered by a Rotax 503 engine designed for training and recreational flying.


Certification

The X-Air and Hanuman are both accepted by Transport Canada as Advanced Ultra-light Aeroplanes in Canada.

The Hanuman is an approved US Federal Aviation Administration Light sport aircraft as the model X-Air XA85.

Military operators

References

  1. Cliche, Andre: Ultralight Aircraft Shopper's Guide 8th Edition, page B-112. Cybair Limited Publishing, 2001. ISBN 0-9680628-1-4


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