The first Sirius SLSA from TL Ultralight is now available for demo flights. SportairUSA, the North American distributor for the Sirius and the Sting S3, is offering introductory flights at the North Little Rock, Arkansas, Municipal Airport (ORK). The first delivery will occur in mid-April at the Sun ‘n Fun Fly-In, according to company officials.
The Sirius is the high-wing companion to the low-wing Sting. Both are certificated in the USA as Special Light Sport Aircraft and are manufactured by TL-Ultralight, s.r.o., in the Czech Republic. The Sirius, like the Sting, is a two passenger, carbon fiber composite, fixed-wing airplane powered by the 100 hp Rotax 912ULS engine and equipped with the GRS whole-plane ballistic parachute. The instrument panel accommodates either a traditional six-pack arrangement of flight instruments or any of a variety of primary and multipurpose flight displays – from Dynon, Garmin, Grand Rapids Technologies and TruTrak.
For more information: Sirius.aero or 888-FLY-SLSA.