Mainair Sports Ltd
Mainair Sports are the longest established manufacturer of microlight aircraft in Great Britain, and has been producing aircraft since 1982 when microlight aircraft first began as a sport in the UK.
Since the early beginnings Mainair Sports have been at the forefront of weight-shift microlight design. They were the first company to be granted the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) Company Approval for manufacturing of microlight aircraft and one of the first to have their aircraft approved by the CAA, against the standards of British Civil Airworthiness Requirements Section S.
Mainair Sports operated from a industrial unit located in Rochdale near Manchester, Great Britain.
1983: Mainair Sports Ltd, Shawelough Road, Roch-dale, Lancashire OL 12 6LN Great Britain.
Markets Blade tandem two-seat flex-wing microlight in assembled form, Mercury single- or two-seat flex-wing monoplane in assembled or kit forms, and (from 1997) Rapier tandem two-seat flex-wing microlight in assembled or kit forms.
1997-8: Alma Industrial Est. Regent St, Rochdale, Lancashire, OL12 0HQ, Great Britain