Peak Aerospace Me 109 UL
Mecklenburger Ultraleicht Flugzeugbau Christian Engelen Me 109
Classic Planes GmbH Me 109
The first 109 flew well, but was not particularly agile. Thus Bek began to build the first form for a plastic 109. Soon finished the first 109 from that form first flew in 1991.
The Messerschmitt BF 109 is certified as an ultralight aircraft, after the BfU 84 - LTA UL 2003. From the 1992 form, the new series had its first flight on 17 November 2006, after extensive revision.
The Peak Me 109 microlight Messerschmitt is now available either as a microlight or an experimental kit.
The BF 109 UL is a single-seat GRP low-wing aircraft with one piece wing, and tail wheel landing gear. The retractable main landing gear has a steerable tail wheel. Parachute: BRS 5 UL 1050 Softpack.
The Peak Aerospace Me 109R was originally produced by Peak Aerospace, Mecklenburger Ultraleicht Flugzeugbau Christian Engelen and then by Classic Planes GmbH of Pasewalk.
Rotax 582 DCDI 65PS/48KW reduction 1:2,62
Sauer M800UL 70PS/50KW reduction 1:2,66
Jabiru 2200 80PS/54KW direct drive
Helix H50v 3 Blade 1,60m Diameter
Warp Drive 3 Blade 1,65m Diameter
Wingspan: 8,20 m
Length: 6,30 m
Height: 1,45 m
Wing area: 10,10 qm
Empty weight: 200-220 kg
MTOW: 322.5 kg (proven to 340kg)
Fuel capacity: 55 lt / 52 usable
Stall speed Vs: < 65 km/h
Va: 120 km/h
Cruising speed Vr: 160 km/h
Maximum speed Vne: 210 km/hr
Range: 600 km (3,5 hr Std. + Res.)
Average consumption: 12-14 lt/hr at 160/170 km/h IAS
Mecklenburger Bf 109 UL
Stall: 32 kt / 37 mph / 59 kmh
Cruise: 97 kt / 112 mph / 180 kmh
VNE: 113 kt / 130 mph / 210 kmh
Empty Weight: 190 kg / 419 lbs
MTOW Weight: 300 kg / 661 lbs
Climb Ratio: 1100 ft/min / 5.5 m/s