The European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) has just issued the "Flight Conditions" to the French aircraft manufacturer Aura Aero from Toulouse, France, as a prelude to the flight launch of the Integral S, the second aircraft of the Integral family.
Towards the first flight of Integral S
The European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) has just issued the French and Toulouse-based aircraft manufacturer Aura Aero the "Flight Conditions", a prelude to the flight of Integral S, the second aircraft in the Integral family. Thanks to this document the DGAC (Direction Générale de l'Aviation Civile) can now issue the "laissez passer" allowing this new aircraft to begin its flight test campaign in the coming weeks, at the end of which it will obtain its CS-23 certification.
The Integral family, 3 aircraft
As for the second Integral R aircraft, it will join the flight tests during the spring. The Integral family is a family of new generation two-seater aircraft with aerobatic capability, available in 3 versions:Integral R (conventional gear, internal combustion engine), Integral S (tricycle gear, internal combustion engine) and Integral E (conventional gear or tricycle gear, electric engine).
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