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Belmont Patino

Lift typeFixed wing
Construction typeFactory-built
Control typePiloted
Engine typePiston
ApplicationUltralight
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The fuselage of this metal aircraft has a duralumin cover and duralumin reinforcements. The cabin is fitted with organic glass in a composite frame and the pilot seats are made of composite sandwich. The wing is metal, finished with composite end arches.

The horizontal tail is formed by a stabiliser and a rudder. The stabiliser is a two-beam metal shell with composite end bends. The rudder construction is all metal.

The vertical tail consists of a keel of two-beam construction and metal rudder composed of beam, ribs and cover. The end of the keel and rudder is composed of composite arches.

The aircraft has a double hand control mechanical drawbar for elevator and ailerons. The foot control of the rudder is also dual and is rope. Steel cables are suspended between the inner pedals and the eyes of the rudder control pattern located on the keel.

The aircraft has a solid three wheel landing gear with steerable nose wheel. The main chassis wheels are equipped with hydraulic brakes controlled by the brake lever from the cab.

Type variants

Variant Launch/First flight Production end  
Belmont Patino 2018 / 2018 Two-seater lightplane, includes Classic and RG (retractable landing gear) variants.

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