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This news has just been received at the BMAA. Another reason to go to the Flying Show
 
P&M PRESS RELEASE 20TH NOVEMBER 2011

P&M Aviation are pleased to announce the launch of their latest state of the art Flexwing Microlight.

The PulsR a 2 seat type approved aircraft with an MTOW of 472KG will be unveiled by Dave Sykes, Paraplegic microlight adventurer, at The Flying Show this week. The ceremony is scheduled for 11.00 on Saturday 26th November.

Also on the P&M stand will be the Quik 'Explorer' with 'tundra' wheels and tyres and sporting the new GTR topless wing.

For those with shallower pockets, there will be a collection of cost effective (and approved) 'pimp your ride' retro-fit mods for existing Quik/Quantum 912 engined aircraft, including thermostatic temperature control kits for oil and coolant.
 
Robin Kraike P&M Aviation




***UPDATE*** 25 November 2011 @ 1400

Sneak photo preview of the P&M stand at the show - see here!
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