The definition of an ultralight aeroplane according to Joint Aviation Authorities is an aeroplane that has no more than two seats, has an absolute loss speed with an engine and uses hyper-sustaining devices which can reach 65km/h CAS and weighs no more than:
300kg for a terrestrial one-seater aeroplane
450kg for a terrestrial two-seater aeroplane
330kg for a one-seater sea-plane
495kg for a two-seater sea-plane
The wings are typically very thin and almost always made of high-resistance composites such as carbon fibre.
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