Sportstar RTC Overview
Modern design, outstanding fligth characteristics and halve operation costs compared to convential training aircraft make the SportStar RTC number one choice for PPL / JAR-FCL training in flight schools and also for pilot touring of light sport aircraft pilots.
The SportStar RTC was designed for flight school operation, to become not only easy to fly airplane with excellent reliability but also to generate maximum margins and to meet different missions of your flight training platform.
Click below links for EASA Type Certificates:
- EASA Type Certificate Data Sheet
- Garmin GNC 255A/ 255B IFR Equiment Capability Approval
Modern design, EASA JAR-VLA origin
The SportStar RTC was certified as a derivate from Evektor’s EASA JAR-VLA training aircraft (EASA JAR-VLA certified in 2005) and reflects the latest development in design, safety and cockpit comfort of the modern light sport airplanes.
Excellent strength and reliability proven in flight school operations
The SportStar RTC has a robust anodized and corrosion-proofed metal airframe which delivers significantly higher durability than most of the airplanes in the category. Excellent strength and reliability of the SportStar has been proven in flight school operations all around the world.
Outstanding flight characteristics & control harmonies, ASTM F2245 spin tested
The SportStar RTC is an easy to fly airplane with outstanding control harmonies, excellent flight characteristics and uncompromising stability. The SportStar passed extensive spin testing program to meet certification requirements of EASA and other countries and demonstrated ability to spin recovery.
Easy maintenance, Low operation costs
The SportStar RTC was designed from the very beginning with flight school operation, easy maintenance and low operation costs in mind. Evektor’s long-term cooperation with flight schools from USA, Australia, Canada, Germany and other countries enabled our company to meet perfectly this target. All the aircraft parts were designed with respect to aircraft daily operation in demanding flight schools conditions and with respect to easy maintenance.
The SportStar RTC is powered by Rotax 912 engine known in the industry for excellent reliability; aircraft average fuel consumption is 15 l per hour and the airplane benefits also from significantly lower costs of unleaded automotive fuel compared to AVGAS, both of them the Rotax engine can use. The engine TBO is 2000 hours.