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Australian Aircraft Kits Hornet STOL

Lift typeFixed wing
Construction typeFactory-built, Kit-built
Control typePiloted
Engine typePiston
ApplicationAgricultural, Ultralight, Utility
Final assembly Taree
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The Hornet is an ultralight or experimental aircraft available in versions for private flying, agricultural, utility and glider towing.

It has all-metal structure in the form of a semi-monocoque, with high mounted wing, fixed landing gear and wing fuel tank.

It has two seats side-by-side, with manual flying controls.

The prototype was first unveiled in 2004.

Type variants

Variant Launch/First flight Production end  
Australian Aircraft Kits Hornet STOL 2004 / 2004 STOL aircraft for operations in the Australian outback and cattle mustering. Includes Hornet Cub (lighter variant), and Bushman (variant with increased versatility for extreme conditions).


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