The XL-14 Maya, built by the Philippine Institute of Science and Technology, has been flying for some three years. It was built in order to test local materials and investigate the possibilities of aircraft construction in the Philippine Republic . Power is provided by a 100h.p. Lycoming O-235-2 driving a two-bladed wooden airscrew. Top speed is 115 m.p.h. and range 300 miles. Service ceiling is 12,500 ft.