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Swallow ultralight, ultra lite aircraft, amateur built, experimental, homebuilt aircraft.

The Swallow Aeroplane Company produce the Swallow B in the late 70's to the early 80's. It is a wire braced single place, high wing, tractor in a tricycle gear configuration with a steerable nosewheel.

The Swallow uses aluminum tube bolt together construction, and the surface wing and tail are covered in dacron sail cloth.

Controls on the Swallow are joy stick and rudder pedals and the wings had a trailing edge wing warping system rather than true ailerons.

The empty weight of the planes brought into Canada was close to 300 lbs when equipped with the Cayuna 430 R engine.

Swallow ultralight, amateur built, experimental, homebuilt aircraft

Empty Weight: 234 lbs.
Gross Weight: 475 lbs.
Wing Span: 32 ft.
Wing Area: 160 sq.ft
Engine: 440 Kawasaki
Cruise Speed: 35 .mph
Stall Speed: 25 .mph
VNE: 65 .mph
Construction: Aluminum tube/dacron/bolt together
Building time: 75 .hrs

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Swallow ultralight, amateur built, experimental, homebuilt aircraft

Swallow ultralight, amateur built, experimental, homebuilt aircraft


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