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The Alto aircraft is an all-metal construction aircraft for amateur construction. The Alto aircraft meets both requirements to European category "ultralight aircraft" and "light sport aircraft" (LSA) category that has been defined in the U.S.A.
Different versions were offered. A basic version with the tricycle, nose type landing gear or optional with the tail landing gear with Rotax 912 ULS/UL as standard, but Jabiru on request, and wheel-type control or the stick control, standard is wheel control
Alto is single-engine, two-seat, low-wing, cantilever monoplane. The aircraft is all-metal riveted construction and may be equipped with rescue parachute system.
The TG version (basic) is the tricycle, nose type with the nose landing gear steering. The main wheels are attached to the flexible all-composite legs. The main landing gear wheels brakes are operated by the hydraulic system, by means of break pedals (in the left side only) or with central brake with parking function. The TW version (optional) has the tail wheel landing gear.
The rectangular wing is a monospar construction with an auxiliary spar. The skin is made from duralumin sheet. The wing is equipped with ailerons, slotted flaps and integral fuel tanks with a total capacity of 105 l. All the parts are riveted together. The wing-body attachment forms a wing centre section, which is firmly placed into the fuselage. The wing main spar is connected to the wing centre section by bolts and the rear auxiliary spar is connected by a hinge.
The rectangular fuselage is of semimonocoque, riveted construction and has a bottom and the side walls reinforced by diagonal stiffeners. The dorsal is of oval cross section.
The tail unit is of all-metal, riveted structure and has a standard configuration.
Aeroplane control consist of elevator, ailerons and rudder control surfaces. The manual control is of a wheel-type or a stick and deflections are transmitted by chains, push-pull tubes, and cables. The pedal control deflections are transmitted by cables to the rudder, and by push-pull tubes to the nose landing gear steering. The wing flaps and the elevator trim tabs are operated electrically. The main landing gear wheels brakes are independently operated by the hydraulic system, by means of break pedals on the pedal control.
The cockpit inner width is 106 cm and the wheel-type control and a forward sliding canopy make for easy boarding. The canopy is made from glass, and optionally may has light blue colour, and may be equipped with the wind-wings.
2009 Price: 44000 EURO

Alto TG 912 UL

Engine: Rotax 912UL, 80 hp
Length: 6,15 m / 20,18 ft
Wing span: 8,20 m / 26,9 ft
Wing area: 10,5 sq.m / 114 sq.ft
Height: 2,25 m / 7,38 ft
Cabin width: 1,10 m / 3,61 ft
Seats: 2
Fuel: 118 lt / 31,2 US gal
Take off run: 100 m / 328 ft
Landing run: 150 m / 492 ft
Empty weight: 280 kg / 618 lb
MTOW -  ULM: 472 kg / 1041 lb
MTOW - LSA:  600 kg / 1320 lb
Vne: 255 km/h / 158 mph
Maximum speed: 230 km/h / 143 mph
Cruising speed: 185 km/h / 115 mph
Stall speed full flaps 450 kg: 65 km/h / 41 mph
Stall speed no flaps 600 kg: 81 km/h / 51 mph
G factor: +4 / -2
Climb rate 450 kg: 5,6 m/s / 1100 fpm
Climb rate 600 kg: 4,5 m/s / 890 fpm

Alto TG 912 ULS

Engine: Rotax 912ULS, 100 hp
Length: 6,15 m / 20,18 ft
Wing span: 8,20 m / 26,9 ft
Wing area: 10,5 sq.m / 114 sq.ft
Height: 2,25 m / 7,38 ft
Cabin width: 1,10 m / 3,61 ft
Seats: 2
Fuel: 118 lt / 31,2 US gal
Take off run: 90 m / 295 ft
Landing run: 150 m / 492 ft
Empty weight: 285 kg / 628 lb
MTOW -  ULM: 472 kg / 1041 lb
MTOW – LSA:  600 kg / 1320 lb
Vne: 270 km/h / 168 mph
Maximum speed: 250 km/h/ 155 mph
Cruising speed: 200 km/h / 124 mph
Stall speed full flaps 450 kg: 65 km/h / 41 mph
Stall speed no flaps 600 kg: 81 km/h / 51 mph
G factor: +4 / -2
Climb rate 450 kg: 6,3 m/s / 1250 fpm
Climb rate 600 kg: 5,1 m/s / 1005 fpm
Take-off distance (50ft obstacle): 440 ft / 135 m
Landing distance (50ft obstacle): 490 ft / 150 m

 


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