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Meet the Skyper GT9


Skyper GT9 is an all-metal UL and LSA category two-seater aircraft designed for sports recreational flying and adventurous travel in a comfortable cabin with a view that only a mountaineer can offer.

The prerequisite for the professional creation of aerial photography and video documentation are patiently tuned flight characteristics, which easily carry the aircraft to a quiet stable flight and again safely place it on a short runway. Low operating costs, optimized consumption and economic maintenance as well as service will be appreciated by aviation training centers and instructors. A separate luggage compartment will delight any long-distance traveller, and senior pilots will appreciate an additional overhead seat in a lighted cabin as well as comfortable boarding through a tilting door with large windows.

In the process of continuous development and testing, the direction indicator was gradually enlarged and later the arrowhead of the wings was adjusted. Skyper thus gained greater directional stability and higher travel speed. The guarantee of safety is an airborne parachute system, which in case of an emergency calmly carries the entire aircraft with the crew inside to the ground.



The proud, purely Slovak origin of a reliable classical shoulder wing plane convinces about its qualities thanks, in this category, to a rare, all-metal construction. The sturdy and durable traditional truss construction is a reassuring guarantee of long service life, easy maintenance and simple service.

Smooth curved hull shapes designed in accordance with the Czech UL2-1, ELSA, German LTF-UL and UL and LSA regulations minimize aerodynamic resistance and open space for higher cruising speed. The sophisticated design of the exterior-accessible luggage compartment and far between the wings of the towed windscreen contribute to the joy of flying, multiplied by the possibility of individual aircraft design and equipment according to the specific requirements and wishes of the client.

Glass Cockpit

Full control

The lightweight dashboard made of glass-fiber composite materials carries an optional configuration of digital and analogue equipment. Choose the optimal combination of flight, navigation, communication and monitoring devices according to your preferences, or choose from a wide range of default dashboards designed by the hands of our experienced pilots.
Primary glass cockpit
Secondary glass cockpit
Electric buoyancy 3-stage flaps
Radio and transponder
Ignition and section switches
Carburetor heating, cylinder air, cabin heating
12V socket
BRS recovery system
Fuel switch



The cockpit suspended under the wings of a typically stable rock plane greatly facilitates entry and exit from a lighted cabin designed for comfortable travel. Wings above your head, a distinctly arched dashboard and doors with large windows reveal the view of the world below you. In flight, they facilitate extreme orientation and facilitate altitude estimation during landing.


Flight properties

Skyper GT9 takes maximum advantage of the innate properties characteristic of stable rock plane. Consistency of calm flight characteristics is enhanced by the all-metal impact of a tubular dam structure combined in the rear with a semi-shell dam structure and all-metal wings fitted with electrically controlled slit flaps. The superdural-coated aircraft seated smoothly on an oversized chassis with a steered front leg suspended by a composite element.
The fuselage
forms a tubular bulkhead structure combined in the rear with a semi-shell bulkhead structure reinforced with reinforcements and duralumin coating. The hernial surface is an integral part of the hull. The engine compartment shall be separated from the crew compartment by a steel fire wall
All-metal wings
with composite tips are equipped with wings and slotted lift flaps operated electrically in three positions. The wing roots contain fuel tanks
Tail surfaces
the classic configuration will consist of a horizontal and vertical tail surface. The horizontal tail surface consists of a continuous stabilizer with right and left elevators, which are interconnected by the steering model and equipped with an electrically operated counterbalance surface. The vertical tail surfaces form the keel surface and the rudder
Two-seat cabin
equipped with three-point safety belts, it is covered by a highly retractable windscreen and secured by a lockable door with practical opening upwards. The ventilation is designed with compressed air collected on the sides of the fuselage with the outlet through two ventilation holes built into the dashboard. In winter, the crew will appreciate the space heating
The three-wheeled chassis
of the front type is divided into a main chassis and a front chassis. The main chassis is made of composite springs. Its wheels are braked by hydraulic disc brakes. The brakes are operated centrally by a lever placed on the center panel between the seats. The front steerable chassis is spring-loaded with rubber rope. The wheels of the chassis can be equipped with aerodynamic covers
Duplicate steering
in a classic configuration with a steering wheel and wings operated by means of drawbars and a steering wheel controlled by ropes
Fuel system
consisting of two winged integrated lockable tanks equipped with fuel meter floats, a defrosting valve, a fuel line, a main fuel valve, a fuel filter and an electric flood pump
Boxer engine
the Rotax 912 ULS/S is a two-carburettor four-stroke four-cylinder with water-cooled heads and air-cooled cylinders with a capacity of 100 HP
Three-blade propeller
chosen with respect to the engine installed in such a way that it does not restrict flying in the permitted modes of operation with respect to the speed allowed. Both fixed and adjustable versions may be used
Wing span
9,0 m

29,6 ft

2,3 m

7,7 ft

6,2 m

20,4 ft

Engine 4-stroke Rotax 912
ULS 100 HP
Propeller, 3-bales, ground adjust.
Cruising speed
190 km/h

102,6 kt

Stall speed without flaps
93 km/h

50,2 kt

Stall speed with flaps
78 km/h

42,1 kt

Climb rate
5 m/s

984,3 ft/min

Take-off distance over 15 m (50 ft) obstacle
410 m

1 345 ft

Landing distance over 15 m (50 ft) obstacle
450 m

1 476 ft

5 hours 45 min
1 000 km

540 nmi

Consumption (NAT 99+) / 1 hour
16 L

4,2 US gal

Tank volume
88 L

23,2 US gal

Max. take off weight incl. BRS
600 kg

1 320 lbs



The view from above will draw you into a whole new world. Down below you will be the shadow of an airplane escaping to the third dimension of height – the space high above everything terrestrial, from where what is happening beneath you seems ridiculously petty. Your paths are free in the sky and distant destinations easily accessible.