Safety

Aircraft design with safety in mind

The Harmony was designed with significant importance paid to outstanding flight characteristics and handling qualities to ensure safe and reliable aircraft operation. The result of this effort is an easy to fly airplane with excellent handling qualities, uncompromising stability, proven ability to control spins and providing safe and reliable flying. The Harmony passed through extensive testing to meet Airworthiness Standards of many countries.

 

Canopy & airframe meet crew protection requirement of EASA JAR-VLA 

The canopy and airframe of the Harmony LSA were designed to handle turnover conditions and meet all the crew protection requirements of EASA JAR-VLA regulations. Seats are equipped with a 4-point seatbelt restraint system as standard.

All metal airframe safety benefits

The advanced all-metal airframe with all joints of construction riveted as well as bonded brings significant safety benefits in area of airframe fatigue life and also improved crash characteristics including elimination of dangerous unzipping. The all metal airframe has been chosen for its proven long operating life, safety, easy controllability and low maintenance costs. Thanks to material stability all metal structures are durable and unlike composite structures are not susceptible to structural changes caused by UV radiation and high temperatures.

Ballistic Recovery System

For further enhancement of safety features the Harmony LSA can be equipped with a ballistic rescue system.

Reliability proven on 1,150+ delivered airplanes

Evektor aircraft operational reliability has been proven by the over 1,150 LSA / UL airplanes manufactured by Evektor-Aerotechnik, which are operated in flight schools and by private individuals in different operation conditions in 40 countries worldwide.

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