In cooperation with Malter-Airservice GmbH, AD&C has certified a modification kit for shoulder harnesses. This kit makes use of an AMSAFE, certified three-point belt.
PAL-V ready for TC application
The challanging project of PAL-V (Personal Air and Land Vehicle) is being consulted by AD&C.
The grounds are prepared, first EASA meetings are held and the organisation is now ready for the TC application.
Lightwing AC4 EASA Type Certification
The Lightwing AC4 gets EASA LSA approval
Since 17th June 2014 the Lightwing AC4 is the first EASA approved LSA aircraft with Rotax 912iS fuel injection engine.
Find more details about the project here.
Information about the product you can find here.
Fliegermagazin Award 2014
AD&C receives the Newcomer Award 2014
The Fliegermagazin has again granted their Awards during a magnificent ceremony at the Aero 2014.
A different approach to wind energy.
We have developed an extremely light carbon reinforced composite wing. In doing this, we are part of the ambitious wind energy project lead by EnerKite GmbH.
TOMARK Viper SD-4 Type Certification
Together with TOMARK we acchieved the Type Certification of the Viper SD4 in compliance with CS-LSA. The Type Certificate was handed over by Patrick Ky, the Director of the EASA, at ceremonie during the AERO 2016.
With our new STC you can now omit the stitching procedure and save a lot of time and money.
The ORATEX covering system can now be officially used as an EASA and FAA approved modification in general aviation.
The modification is offered as Supplemental Type Certificate and can also be applied as repair procedure.
AD&C @ Flight training
AD&C @ flight training
It was time to update the flight experience of the hole team. Get some impressions of the training weekend.
To get an impression of our work we have prepared two short videos with the topic "Testing" und "Flying".
You can find the videos and gallery on "About Us".
From "Limited" to "GmbH"
We changed the legal form of our company Aircraft Design & Certification Limited. The company is now registered as Aircraft Design Certification GmbH. Due to a cross boarder merger process the company Aircraft Design Certification GmbH is the universal successor and all contracts, non-disclosure agreements and any other rights and duties remains valid.
Completely unchanged is the team, the directors, as well as the business purpose and the scope of approval of the design organisation by the European Aviation Safety Agency EASA.
We are looking forward to working with you as GmbH.