The Lightwing AC4 is the first EASA certified CS-LSA airplane with a Rotax 912iS engine. Low fuel consumption, light weight and low noise as well as comfortable seating; sufficient payload, and modern avionics - it is an airplane you will like to fly just for fun or enroute.
The Swiss production organisation, Lightwing AG (POA), delivers highest quality and uses mainly local suppliers.
If you are a user/operator of an AC4 and you want to report an occurance, please use our contact form with the subject "Lightwing AC4 Occurance".
The Oratex cover can be used for fuselage, empennage, control surfaces and wings. Within the supplemental type certificate, the entire covering can be exchanged. The material is delivered directly by Lanitz-Prena Folienfactory.
The outrage in the Blaník L13 community was enormous, after EASA grounded all airplanes in 2010. The cause for this drastic measure was a fatal in-flight wing rupture, whose cause was quickly identified by an FEM-analysis of the load path.
For regaining airworthiness of this Type, AD&C has developed a Supplemental Type Certificate, which improves the load path of the critical area.
Shoulder harness system for the Jodel DR1050
Our partner Malter-Airservice GmbH requested us to certify a shoulder harness for the Jodel DR1050, in order to increase pilot and co-pilot safety.
Steerable tailwheel for the Schemp-Hirth Ventus cM
Being a self-launching glider, it is unfortunate the Ventus cM cannot autonomously taxi to and from the runway. To address this problem, we have developed a change giving the Ventus a steerable tail wheel and thus the autonomy it was lacking.
Towing mass increase
Being the first airplane to have an EASA certified change for dual tow, the Extra 300 can now tow up to 1000 kg and up to 2 gliders.
Type Certificate data
AD&C is the type certificate holder and responsible for the continued airworthiness of this aircraft type. Applicable documents released for this aircraft are published on this webpage.
For occurrence reporting please use our contact page with the subject "D4 Fascination Occurrence".