PC-Aero Elektra One
The Elektra One is the first electric-powered ultralight aircraft in Germany, which was developed by the Bavarian company PC - Aero. The first flight was on 23 March 2011 at the Augsburg Airport and lasted 30 minutes. The electric aircraft by Calin Gologan was developed formerly development and approval engineer at Grob Aerospace, the test pilot was Norbert Lorenzen.
It should get added two - and four-seat variants.
After Elektra Elektra One Solar One was presented at the ILA 2012 exhibition in summer 2012, which is over the older have a range of up to 1,000 kilometers. In addition, the two-seat Elektra Two was developed is given in that the range in the standard output to more than 2,000 and which was increased in the Record Output to over 3,000 kilometers. Confirmed performance information have been published up to now no airplane version.