Users' questions

Is CGS Hawk still in business?

Is CGS Hawk still in business?

The original 1982 CGS Hawk Classic remains in production in 2015. The Hawk series includes the single seat Hawk Arrow, Hawk Plus, Hawk Sport, Hawk Ultra and AG-Hawk.

How much is a CGS Hawk ultralight?

If the history of the engine is unknown it is recommended that the exhaust be removed and the pistons inspected for wear and seizure! At the time of production of this video The Ultralight Flyer estimates the value of a used CGS Hawk from the 1980s to be worth between $3,500 and $5,500.

Is the CGS Hawk an ultralight?

The CGS Hawk is a family of high wing, strut-braced, pusher configuration, single and two-seats-in-tandem ultralight aircraft, designed by Chuck Slusarczyk and manufactured by CGS Aviation.

How much does an Aerolite 103 cost?

Final selling price: $17,900 (clarifying, that is $3,000 off the standard price of $20,900 for a Ready to Fly model with options listed). See all prices here for Aerolite 103 airframes, engine choices (several), and options. Is Hirth’s 28-horsepower F33 enough power for bigger pilots, say someone weighing 250 pounds?

How much does a Kolb Firefly cost?

A Kolb FireStar II SS kit with covering fabric will run about $11,000. If you add the Hirth or Rotax engine for $7,000-10,000, plus basic analog instruments, paint and some interior finishing, you could get airborne for around $25,000.

How much is a Mosquito XEL?

The Mosquito XE is for sale Ready To Fly or in different kit variations starting at $32,000 USD, a great price for an ultralight helicopter!

How far can a Kolb Firefly Fly?

The FireFly was designed to weigh less than 254 lbs. with a 40 hp engine, standard windshield, minimal paint and basic instruments. The FAA, in accordance with FAR 103.7 allows 24 lbs. over the 254 lb….40 HP ENGINE.

Top Speed 63 mph (per FAR 103.7)
Cruise Speed 63 mph

How do you calculate CG aircraft?

Center of gravity (CG) is calculated as follows: Determine the weights and arms of all mass within the aircraft. Multiply weights by arms for all mass to calculate moments. Add the moments of all mass together. Divide the total moment by the total mass of the aircraft to give an overall arm.

What is the center of gravity of an airplane?

In general, the center of gravity of an airplane is the point at which it would balance if it were suspended in air or the point at which most of its mass is focused. The center of gravity is calculated by first locating the datum, a point of measurement set by the manufacturer, often residing at the front edge of the aircraft’s wing.

What is a Coast Guard aviator?

The naval aviator insignia is a warfare qualification of the United States military that is awarded to those aviators of the United States Navy, Marine Corps, and Coast Guard who have qualified as naval aviators.

What is the phone number for the Coast Guard?

U.S. Coast Guard Corporate Headquarters Office Location: Address: 2703 MARTIN LUTHER KING JR AVE SE,WASHINGTON DC 20593-7000,UNITED STATES. Phone Number: 1-703-313-5800.