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Aerobatic rules in Europe/EASA

Old 29th Apr 2013, 18:21
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Aerobatic rules in Europe/EASA

Hi, i was looking at a four seater aerobatic aircraft, Yak-18T, my question however is, does anyone know if this aircraft or any other single engine aircraft are rated or allowed to do aerobatics with more than one passenger, for example - 3 passengers and the pilot?


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As I understand it the Yak-18T will have a MTOW and C of G range for the Utility Category ie normal use and a different, lower, max weight and C of G range for the Aerobatic Category which will preclude the carriage of more than one passenger for aerobatics.

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