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  • Spartan Microlights


    Spartan Microlights is an American aircraft manufacturer based in Astoria, New York. The company specializes in the design and manufacture of powered parachutes, ultralight trikes and powered paragliders in the form of ready-to-fly aircraft in the US FAR 103 Ultralight Vehicles rules and kits for the US Experimental - Amateur-built category. In February 2015 the company was listed as being for sale. The company offers several different lines of aircraft. The "DFS" line, for "Dual Face System", is a line of aircraft that can be flown with either a paraglider wing or a hang glider wing and includes the Spartan DFS Paramotor and Spartan DFS Trike. The Spartan DFD Aerotome is a two seat ultralight trike design, that is also called the DFS Aerotome Dual. The Spartan BP Parawing is a one or two seat powered paraglider design.

  • Sabre Aircraft


    Sabre Aircraft was an American aircraft manufacturer, specializing in ultralight trikes and their hang glider-style wings. It was located in Buckeye, Arizona. In circa 2000 the company was noted for producing the least expensive single and two-seat completed, ready-to-fly aircraft available. By 2000 they had sold more than 200 aircraft. The company claimed that it was the "largest and oldest Trike manufacturer in the United States". The company wound up operations in 2008, stating on their website "Sabre is no longer in the business of building ultralight trikes. We felt that it was time to move on."

  • Sabre 340


    The Sabre 340 is an American ultralight trike that was designed and produced by Sabre Aircraft of Buckeye, Arizona. The aircraft was supplied fully assembled. The 340 was introduced in 1991. Sabre Aircraft ceased operations in 2008.

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