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D-MCRT TL Ultralight TL-96 Sting 2000 - Münster-Telgte Airport in Germany - 3 September 2016 Ultralight aeroplanes

The TL Ultralight TL-96 Sting 2000 is a low-wing carbon composite side-by-side two-seat ultralight aeroplane. The Czech company TL Ultralight started in 1990 with the production of trikes. Their first ultralight was the TL-32 Typhon, of which since 1991 over 300 were produced. This type of aircraft was followed by TL 132 Condor. The TL-232 Condor Plus is a further development of the TL-132 Condor. In 1996, TL Ultralight designed a complete new type: the TL-96 Star. The development took 2 years and for TL it meant the transition to complete new materials and technology. The TL-96 Star was a high performance glasscomposite aircraft with an empty weight of 265 kg and a cruise speed of 200 km/hr. In 2002, the TL-96 Sting 2000 version was introduced. Its span was reduced by 760 mm and length by 570 mm, though the empty weight increased by 10 kg.

The 2007-built TL Ultralight TL-96 Sting D-MCRT was seen at Flugplatz Münster-Telgte in Germany, on 3 September 2016. The Ultralight aircraft is among others in use by the Segelfluggruppe Telgte for towing of their gliders.

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