Interest in light aircraft has been picking up lately. Light aircraft are generally used for: training of aviation specialists, commercial transportation and private flights (entertainment and recreation). UWCA assembles three types of light aircraft, each of them having its own operational characteristics.
The Diamond DA40 four-seater single-engine piston aircraft is designed by an Austrian-based manufacturer — Diamond Aircraft Industries GmbH. It is constructed from composite materials, is equipped with the latest avionics and the state-of-the-art Austro Engine AE300 (168 hp). The DA40 aircraft is ideal for flight training and for sightseeing flights.
The DA42-VI four-seater twin-engine aircraft is the successor of the DA42 NG, boasting excellent flight characteristics and enhanced cabin comfort. It is made of lightweight, robust glass and carbon fiber; it has excellent maneuverability.
The all-metal high-wing L 410 has two GE H80-200 turbo-prop engines and is used for passenger transport (19 seats), cargo transportation or other missions. The L 410 family aircraft are used in more than 50 countries worldwide. The L 410 has the highest demand in Russia, Africa, Southeast Asia, South America and Europe. The L 410 UVP E20 – the most advanced version of the L 410 – enjoys the highest demand on the market.