Mainair Microlight Centre, Barton Aerodrome, Liverpool Road, Eccles Manchester M30
Tel 0161 787 9033 / Mob 07837 380014 firstname.lastname@example.org
At Mainair flying school we use the world beating range of P+M Aviation “Quik” microlights
which are made in their purpose built factory about ten miles away in Rochdale.
They hold several world records for speed and altitude, and are the best handling,
most stable flexwing microlights in the world when flying in turbulence.
They are powered by the reliable Rotax 912 series engines, which are four cylinder
four stroke engines with dual ignition for safety. These engines are very powerful,
yet small, light, economical and reliable.
Our aircraft have an inspection every year by a British Microlight Aircraft Association
approved inspector, which is similar to a car MOT, and have to be check flown to
make sure they are safe by a BMAA approved check pilot.
The engines are serviced every 50 hrs to keep them in tip top condition, and increase
Service costs are minimal, as these aircraft are built to a very high standard, yet
any parts that need replacing due to wear and tear can be done so by the owner, and
all parts are easily accessible.
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Where Are We
Pegasus Quik R 912s
Pegasus Quik 912s
Pegasus Quik GT450
The “Pegasus Quik” range of microlights are at the cutting edge of flexwing design.
It all started with the Quik, followed by the GT 450 and the latest is the Quik R,
boasting over 100 mph cruise. My favourite is still the Quik, due to its superb light,
yet positive handling and stability which is still unsurpassed by any other flexwing
microlight in the world. The Quik is a true all rounder with no vices, and I think
is a great modern training machine.