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Single place Part 103 ultralights in the United States are defined as single place ultralight aircraft that weigh 254 lbs or less, have a stall speed not more than 24 knots, a top speed of 55 knots, and carry no more than 5 gallons of fuel. To fly a legal Part 103 ultralight aircraft in the United States the pilot does not require a pilot license. Single place aircraft weighing more than 254 lbs. in the U.S. require a pilots license and must be built as experimental, amateur built, homebuilt aircraft. These include weight shift aircraft, more commonly known as trikes, powered parachutes, and powered para-gliders. Single place ultralights in Canada can weigh up to 1200 lbs. and an ultralight pilots license is required to fly them.

 
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Once you are in the cockpit of the FP-505, you canít wait to get into the air. In a short distance of 150 feet you are air-borne and climbing at 800 feet per minute.

With the wings above you, the visibility is excellent, and youíre rewarded with a clear view of whatís around and below you.

Even at the slowest speed, the FP-505 maintains the flight characteristics that make for safe, enjoyable flying. Optional brakes assist in shorter take-off and landing rolls.

This affordable light plane combines two of the most coveted virtues for flying purists: a high wing and an open cock-pit.

The pylon-mounted high wing leaves the cockpit essentially unenclosed, offering the pilot spectacular visibility and the freedom of an open cockpit design. Fueled by a 40 horsepower Rotax, the compact FP-505 delivers plenty of go once you get up.

Shock-absorbing gear and geodetic construction contribute to a sturdy aircraft in an extremely affordable price range.

The Fisher Flying Products  FP 505 has been in production since 1984. The craft uses all wood geodetic construction covered in standard aircraft covering materials. Standard features include and open cockpit, removable wings, large pneumatic tires, a steerable tail wheel, 5 gallon fuel tank, fiberglass cowl and full scale plans. 

Options include plans, various engines, quick built kit options, brakes, electric start, and wheel pants. A video and info pack  construction videos and a newsletter are also available. 

Fisher Flying Products
71 Marycroft Ave
Unit #24 Vaughan,
Ontario L4L 5Y6 Canada
905-856-7050 
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