langue en Pipistrel Aircraft Canada Inc. - 03/05/2019

Advanced Ultra-light Or Amateur Built Pipistrel Virus Aircraft (Canada)

Some of the scenery in Western Canada as seen from the cockpit of a Pipistrel Virus SW aircraft.

The Virus SW can be registered as Advanced Ultralight, Or through additional inspection procedures from the Canadian MD-RA can be registered in the Amateur Built category (also known as homebuilt) Doing so makes it legal to fly at a heavier maximum takeoff weight, fly at night, and fly IFR if so equipped.

The music was added because the pilot had his Bose Headsets hooked up to his iPhone the whole flight, this gives you the same experience...