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Bailey Connie


Built by Bob Bailey, circa 1991, the Connie utilises a single Cosmos trike float and qualifies as a Pt.103 ultralight. The float is the primary structural unit. Baily fitted a modified version of his Tempest ultralight sailplane wing and a Rotax 447.

The main undercarriage retracts with a simple lever. On the prototype, the tailwheel retracts but this may change in a production version.
The Connie may be produced with Baliey’s partner, Bill Moyes.

Engine: Rotax 447, 40 hp
Wingspan: 35.1 ft.
Length: 18 ft.
Wing area: 118 sq.ft.
Empty wt: 328 lbs.
Gross wt: 570 lbs.
Vne: 90 mph.
Cruise: 65 mph.
Stall: 35 mph.
Fuel cap: 5 USG.
ROC: 900 fpm.
TO dist: 200 ft.
Ldg dist: 300 ft.


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