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South African Bat Hawk has been designed and developed by Micro Aviation South Africa primarily for surveillance and is the most affordable light sport aircraft on the market.

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Introduction

Unread post by Micro Aviation » Sat Nov 08, 2014 8:17 pm

:D Finally active on Avcom!
Micro Aviation SA is proud to announce that we now have SA CAA type acceptance for our locally produced Bat Hawk.
We have a fully equipped AMO at the factory in Nelspruit including engine overhaul facilities, specialising in Jabiru as well as CAMit engines for which we are the agents in SA.
Micro Aviation APs will travel if needed and we can service, repair and maintain your NTCA at your field if required.
Please direct any enquiries to info at bathawk.co.za
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Re: Introduction

Unread post by Micro Aviation » Sat Nov 08, 2014 8:29 pm

Here is our latest delivery:
ZU-IDJ, CAMit powered Bat Hawk.
Ferried from Bantamcity to Uitenhage over 2 days.
She will be used by The Wilderness Foundation wildlife for conservation work in the Eastern Cape.
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Re: Introduction

Unread post by rudolphschar » Sun Jan 04, 2015 12:22 pm

Hi

What do these planes go for and how are they as light sport aircraft? How would they be for the weekend warrior who just like to go away for a weekend with his wife on a trip somewhere? Is there space for some luggage?

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Re: Introduction

Unread post by Mogas » Tue Jan 06, 2015 2:57 pm

Rudolf
All the information you seek can be found at www.bathawk.co.za
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