Have you ever been to a sunny grass airstrip watching a group of enthusiastic pilots preparing their cherished aircraft for the afternoon's flying, and reflected on the reasons why you were watching and not flying on this warm idyllic day? If we could read your thoughts, our guess would be that it was the cost keeping you firmly on the ground. Now, with the advent of microlight aircraft, M.B.A. have produced a true 3 axis pilot's machine which cuts the cost of flying to shreds. The British designed and built micro-biplane is a totally new concept in microlights with 100 hours test flying now completed, and quantity production will commence during July '82.
A 5-MINUTE BRITISH TAKE-AWAY. Three locking pins per side and the Tiger Cub is ready for light trailer transport. The specially designed MBA trailer is easy to handle and very stable on the road, even when pulled by small cars in strong cross-winds.