Topaz aircraft lineup at the Aeroklub Podkarpacki near Krosno in Poland. Now wouldn't we all like a new Topaz with a hangar like the one in the background.
AIRVENTURE FLY-IN, Cessnock Airport, New South Wales, ideal for AirSport Flying School to visit with 3 Topaz aircraft for display. Airventure is the Southern Hemispheres largest light sport aviation Fly-In. The Topaz is a popular aircraft wherever it flies, top performance, superb quality and sparkling finish. Pilots Michael, Jake, Joshua, Rod, John, Tim and Bob (out of photo) flew on this mini adventure. Why not come and see for yourself with a test flight at Riddell Airfield located north west of Melbourne.
The new TOPAZ xls model light sport aircraft is now in Australia. The new model features a more powerful Rotax 912ULS engine and a new optional 'glass' cockpit. The new EFIS and EMS instrument option includes a multi page display with the home page an electronic '6 pack' including a real-time GPS moving map display. It's an easy to use touch screen with the flight instruments displayed in an analogue manner making the TOPAZ glass panel easier to read in flight - no more micro sized 'spinning numbers' so common with other digital displays. The EFIS and EMS screens also display all engine instruments in a normal dial manner, easy to read and monitor. Above - a cockpit photo of AirSports new TOPAZ Light Sport Aircraft.
The upgraded TOPAZ XLS is performing so well, the factory test flight reports, that are always very conservative, are reporting 120kts cruise speed, 3000ft at 5400rpm, truly amazing for any light sport aircraft. The Topaz is a super clean design with a very efficient wing, no struts, 3 blade composite propeller, ballistic parachute option, comfortable leather seats, two big baggage compartments accessible from behind the seats or through two fuselage access doors, with up to 40kg of cargo possible you have airline capable storage (unlike most sport aircraft). Contact us at 0422-446622 for further information.
Pretty as a picture, the Topaz aircraft as seen in the Recreational Aviation Australia calendar. Note the curved up wingtips designed to reduce drag. A nice touch is the built in streamlined wingtip lights.