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Aviasud AE-209 Albatros
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OO-D24 Aviasud AE-209 Albatros c/n 129 - ULM-airfield Baisy-Thy near Nivelles in Belgium - 31 July 2003 Baisy-Thy aerodrome (EBBY)

The Aviasud AE-209 Albatros is a two-seat high-wing ultralight aircraft. Aviasud Engineering from Fréjus, France developed this largely from strengthened synthetic built 2-seat highwing ULM-aeroplane with push-propeller. Production of the AE-209 Albatros started in 1992. The Albatros is available with the 2-stroke Rotax 582 and the 4-stroke Rotax 912 engine. The Albatros classique is equipped with a tail wheel; the Albatros tricycle is equipped wit a nose wheel or tail wheel. The wings can be folded, which reduces the needed parking space in the hangar.

The 1998-built Aviasud AE-209 Albatros s/n 129 was registered first in France as 59-ZI. On 3 January 2001, the Micro Light Aeroplane was registered OO-D24 in Belgium.
On 31 July 2003, Aviasud AE-209 Albatros 'Double Eagle' OO-D24 was photographed at the ULM-airfield Baisy-Thy near Nivelles in Belgium.

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