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Flaris LAR 1

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News from Business Air News
Flaris flight testing approved by Polish CAA
October 18, 2020
The Polish CAA recently issued a permit to continue flight tests and evaluate the Flaris LAR1's maximum speed. The reopening of Zielona Góra is helping to push the programme along.
Flaris plans 2020 flight testing
January 3, 2020
Flight testing will get under way early in the new year for the LAR1 STOL light aircraft. Flaris will also test an upgraded autopilot system on a separate unit.
Second Flaris prototype ready to commence testing
May 30, 2019
Maximum efficiency is the aim of the Flaris jet. A low take-off weight, advanced propulsion and exceptional aerodynamics should take it to FL250 in just three minutes, thus shortening its time in icing conditions.
April 16, 2019Poland witnesses first flight for Flaris
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