Outback 4 Four Place Airplane.
The four place Outback 4 looks almost exactly like the Outback 2 with the following exceptions: It has bigger wings sheeted in aluminum, a fiberglass belly which extends lower under the cockpit to provide more legroom in the second row of seats, some extra cargo space behind the second row of seats, a bigger rotary engine with at least 60 more horsepower, bigger fuel tanks built into the wings, larger glass-screen avionics, and a bigger, variable pitch prop. It shares the same steel safety airframe with cockpit roll cage, composite body molding, gull wing doors and joy stick controls.
The four place aircraft is sold as a kit in the experimental category. That means 51% of the tasks of building the kit into an aircraft must be done by the owner. Airgyro provides you with professional builder assistance to ensure that your aircraft is built quickly and correctly. The kit is designed to be easy to assemble.
A very important feature is that this plane handles just like the Outback 2 in flight. Pilots can get more power and more carrying capacity without going beyond their capability, thereby avoiding the most common trap leading to unsafe flying: low time pilots trying fly aircraft beyond their experience level.
Stepping up to a four place aircraft requires a regular pilots license. For those who learned to fly in an Outback 2 and have built their experience and hours flying as a Sport Pilot so that they are prepared for a regular pilot's license, they will find the transition up to the larger capacity Outback 4 aircraft an easy and safe step.
In the four place you will find the kind of avionics that many of the biggest fastest aircraft use. This further helps businessmen and commercial pilots to build up experience using the kind of avionics that will be required for the next step up - to a six place jet-like airplane.
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Three Outback Aircraft on the tarmac at once.
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