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2006 Flight Designs GMBH CTSW // Long Range & Fuel Efficient // N135CT

Auction Start: March 14, 2024
Auction End: March 21, 2024 12:00 pm

CTSW Details

Make:

FLIGHT DESIGN GMBH

Model:

CTSW

Year:

2006

Auction Start Date:
March 14, 2024
Auction Start Date:

2024-03-14

Serial No:

06-02-09

Seat:

2

Category:

Light Sport

Time:

1120

Location:
Description: N135CT is in excellent condition mechanically and cosmetically. It is a modern composite aircraft. The CTSW is a great for training or time building. It is capable of long range cross country flights with an efficient fuel burn. The spacious cockpit is inviting to larger people.
Airframe Details
  • 2006 Flight Designs CTSW
  • N135CT
  • S/N 06-02-09
  • TT 1120
  • 10/23 annual
Engine Details
  • Rotax 912 ULS 2
  • S/N 5646114
  • 100HP
  • TT 1120
  • Compressions 
  1. 79/80
  2. 79/80
  3. 79/80
  4. 79/80
Propeller Details
  • Neuform 2 blade prop
  • S/N 028
  • TT 1120
Avionics Details
  • Trutrak DigiFlight 11VS autopilot
  • Garmin 396 GPS
  • Garmin SL40 radio
  • Garmin GTX 320A transponder
  • PS engineering PMA 4000 audio panel 
  • Airspeed
  • Slip Indicator
  • Turn coordinator
  • Altimeter
  • Vertical Speed
  • RPM
  • Oil temp
  • Oil pressure
  • CHT
  • Voltmeter
  • ADSB in and out
Additional Features
  • Includes a full set of covers canopy, wings, tail
  • Mainwheel chocks
  • Ballistic chute serviced 3/19
  • New fuel tanks 3/18
Exterior
Overall white with red and yellow accents. The aircraft is in excellent condition.
Interior
Red leather seats and red leather accents, grey carpeting, and grey paneling.
Auction Details
Contact Phone: 254-735-5030
Contact Email: aircrew@airspaceauctions.com
Registration Number: N135CT
Make: FLIGHT DESIGN GMBH
Model: CTSW
Required Deposit: $2000
Buyers Premium: 6%
Start Date: March 14, 2024
End Date: March 21, 2024 12:00 pm
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Exploring the Long Range & Fuel Efficiency of the 2006 Flight Designs GmbH CTSW

The 2006 Flight Design CTsw represents a significant milestone in the evolution of light sport aircraft, offering an unparalleled combination of performance, efficiency, and comfort. From a pilot’s perspective, this aircraft stands out for its advanced aerodynamic design, impressive fuel efficiency, and intuitive cockpit layout, making it a favorite among aviators seeking a reliable and enjoyable flying experience. With its light but sturdy construction, the CTsw delivers exceptional handling and agility, allowing pilots to explore the skies with confidence and ease. This blog aims to delve into the intricacies of flying the 2006 Flight Design CTsw, highlighting its operational strengths, unique features, and the overall impact it has on the light sport aviation sector, as seen through the eyes of those who have had the privilege of piloting this remarkable aircraft.

Flight Design GmbH: A Legacy of Innovation

Before we delve into the specifics of the CTSW, it’s essential to understand the pedigree behind it. Flight Design GmbH, founded in 1988 in Germany, has been at the forefront of light aircraft manufacturing, consistently pushing the boundaries of design and technology. The company’s commitment to innovation and quality has solidified its reputation as a leader in the industry.

The 2006 Flight Designs GmbH CTSW: A Testament to Excellence

The 2006 Flight Designs GmbH CTSW, registered as N135CT, represents a pinnacle in light sport aviation. Boasting a sleek composite airframe and powered by a reliable Rotax 912 ULS 2 engine, this aircraft is designed for efficiency and performance. With a total time of 1120 hours and impeccable maintenance history, N135CT stands in excellent condition, making it an ideal choice for both training and cross-country flights.

Long Range & Fuel Efficiency: Unmatched Performance

One of the most compelling features of the CTSW is its exceptional long-range capability and fuel efficiency. Equipped with a Rotax 912 ULS 2 engine producing 100HP, this aircraft achieves an optimal balance between power and economy. With a fuel burn rate that allows for extended flights, pilots can traverse vast distances without the need for frequent refueling stops. This makes the CTSW an ideal companion for adventurers seeking to explore the skies without constraints.

Airframe:

The airframe of the 2006 Flight Designs GmbH CTSW is a testament to modern engineering and design. Constructed from advanced composite materials, it offers a perfect balance of strength, durability, and aerodynamic efficiency. With a total time of 1120 hours and a recent annual inspection completed in October 2023, this CTSW is in pristine condition, ready to take to the skies with confidence. Its sleek lines and meticulous craftsmanship not only enhance its aesthetic appeal but also contribute to its exceptional performance and handling characteristics.

Engine:

At the heart of the 2006 Flight Designs GmbH CTSW lies the Rotax 912 ULS 2 engine, renowned for its reliability and efficiency. Producing 100 horsepower and equipped with dual electronic ignition, this engine delivers smooth and responsive power throughout the entire flight envelope. With a total time of 1120 hours and compression readings of 79/80 on all cylinders, it has been meticulously maintained to ensure optimal performance and longevity. Whether climbing to altitude or cruising at high speed, the Rotax 912 ULS 2 engine provides the thrust needed to propel the CTSW with confidence and efficiency.

Prop:

Complementing the power of the Rotax engine is the Neuform 2-blade propeller, designed to maximize performance and minimize noise. With a total time of 1120 hours, this propeller has been carefully balanced and maintained to ensure smooth operation and minimal vibration. Its efficient design helps to optimize fuel efficiency and enhance overall performance, allowing pilots to enjoy a comfortable and enjoyable flying experience. Whether cruising at altitude or maneuvering in the traffic pattern, the Neuform propeller delivers reliable performance and precise control.

Avionics:

Equipped with a comprehensive suite of avionics, the 2006 Flight Designs GmbH CTSW offers pilots the tools they need to navigate with confidence and precision. The Trutrak DigiFlight 11VS autopilot provides precise altitude and heading control, allowing for hands-free operation during long cross-country flights. The Garmin 396 GPS offers detailed navigation information, while the Garmin SL40 radio and GTX 320A transponder ensure clear communication and compliance with airspace requirements. Additional features such as the PS Engineering PMA 4000 audio panel, airspeed indicator, slip indicator, and turn coordinator provide pilots with essential situational awareness and flight information, enhancing safety and convenience.

Additional Features:

In addition to its advanced avionics suite, the 2006 Flight Designs GmbH CTSW comes equipped with a range of additional features designed to enhance comfort, convenience, and safety. A full set of covers for the canopy, wings, and tail helps to protect the aircraft from the elements when not in use, while mainwheel chocks ensure secure parking on the ground. The ballistic chute, serviced in March 2019, provides an added layer of safety in the event of an emergency, giving pilots peace of mind during their flights. Additionally, new fuel tanks installed in March 2018 ensure reliable fuel delivery and extended range, allowing for longer flights without the need for refueling.

Interior and Exterior:

The interior of the 2006 Flight Designs GmbH CTSW is designed with both comfort and style in mind. Red leather seats and accents provide a touch of luxury, while grey carpeting and paneling create a modern and inviting atmosphere. The spacious cockpit offers ample room for pilots of all sizes, ensuring a comfortable flying experience on long cross-country flights. On the exterior, the CTSW boasts an eye-catching design with an overall white finish accented by red and yellow highlights. Its sleek lines and modern aesthetic not only enhance its visual appeal but also contribute to its aerodynamic efficiency, making it a standout in any hangar or on any ramp.

Auction Details: Opportunity Awaits

For aviation enthusiasts eager to experience the thrill of flying the 2006 Flight Designs GmbH CTSW, an upcoming auction presents an exciting opportunity. Scheduled for March 14th to March 21st, this auction offers N135CT to the highest bidder, with a minimum bid of $30,000. With a buyer premium of 6% and a deposit requirement of $2000, interested parties have the chance to own this exceptional aircraft and embark on their own airborne adventures. Whether for personal use or as an investment, participating in this auction promises to be a thrilling experience for all involved, with the opportunity to acquire a piece of aviation history.

Conclusion

The 2006 Flight Designs GmbH CTSW embodies the epitome of long-range capability and fuel efficiency in light sport aviation. With its impeccable maintenance record, modern avionics suite, and comfortable interior, N135CT offers a perfect balance of value and performance. As aviation enthusiasts prepare to participate in the upcoming auction, they have the opportunity to embark on countless adventures with this exceptional aircraft. Whether for training purposes or leisurely cross-country flights, the CTSW stands ready to fulfill the dreams of pilots seeking reliable, efficient, and enjoyable flying experiences.

CTSW Details

Make:

FLIGHT DESIGN GMBH

Model:

CTSW

Year:

2006

Auction Start Date:
March 14, 2024
Auction Start Date:

2024-03-14

Serial No:

06-02-09

Seat:

2

Category:

Light Sport

Time:

1120

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