Another video details a farmer walking into a dealership, mentioning Kuster and asking for "the Beast," RhinoAg's 4155 flex-wing
Team leader Capt Sinnott quali-fied as a microlight pilot in 2014, training in Flying for Freedom's modified flex-wing
Team leader Capt Sinnott qualified as a microlight pilot in 2014, training in Flying for Freedom's modified flex-wing
based Dragonfly trike unit, made by Flylight, was powered by an electric motor system being developed in Germany.
According to the report: "The National Microlight Association of Ireland and the British Microlight Aircraft Association should inform all its members that seemingly insignificant amounts of frost, or even rain on the wings of flex-wing
microlights can degrade the performance of the wing to the extent that the aircraft cannot be safely flown."