Belite Superlite

The Belite Superlite offers the most powerful engine available on a legal Part 103 ultralight aircraft. Defined by its 50HP twin opposed engine (derated for Part 103 compliance), it offers outstanding Short Take Off and Landing (STOL) performance. The Superlite requires a ground roll of only about 150 feet to get airborne. When takeoff power is applied, it leaps into the air and climbs at an outrageous rate. The tail comes up immediately and then the plane ‘unglues’ from the runway in an amazingly short distance.

Still meets FAR Part 103
The Superlite tips the scales at 278 pounds but is equipped with a recovery parachute, making it FAR Part 103 legal with a parachute allowance.

Basic Belite Design

The Superlite uses the same basic ultralight aircraft fuselage and wing design as the Belite 254. Carbon fiber is used throughout to minimize weight. The fuselage and cabin area are welded aircraft steel for safety and strength. The cockpit windshield and cabin top are Lexan for safety and 360 degrees of vision. Belite also optionally utilizes larger tires in the Superlite, which provide better ground handling (especially on rougher runways) and a sporty look. The Superlite also comes with a 5 gallon aluminum fuel tank.

New Low Cost Superlite
For those who want to keep the flying weight of 254 pounds and economize on options, the Low Cost Superlite Ultralight Aircraft saves substantial money, without sacrificing performance. The Low Cost model still boasts the Hirth 50HP engine, yet deletes more expensive options.

Call 316-253-6746 or email info@beliteaircraft.com for more information.

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