Pottier P130 UltraLight

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Pottier P130UL Coccinelle
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Type Ultralight aircraft
Configuration High wing aircraft
Propulsion Propeller aircraft
Manufacturer Jean Pottier
Author(s)
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Status Alpha
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Development
 Website The website for the Pottier P130UL Coccinelle developments.
 Repository The development repository of the Pottier P130UL Coccinelle.
Download Download the Pottier P130UL Coccinelle aircraft package for the current stable release (2020.3).
License GPLv2+

The Pottier P130UL is a homebuilt propeller aircraft among Jean Pottier's many light aircraft designs. Like them, it was intended to be home built from his plans. Over 23 have been built since 1998.

Design

The Coccinelle is a simple wood framed, fabric covered monoplane, with high wings.

Specifications[1][2]

Dimensions and Masses
Length 6.9 m
Wingspan 8.1 m
Height 1.98 m
Empty weight 260 kg
Gross weight 500 kg
Propulsion
Engine Volkswagen 1600 cc 48 kW
Propeller 2-bladed
Performance
Maximum Speed 195 km/h
Cruise Speed 181 km/h
Range 480 km
Rate of Climb initially 4 m/s
  1. Pottier P.130 Wikipedia article
  2. Simpson, Rod (2001). Airlife's World Aircraft. Shrewsbury: Airlife Publishing Ltd. pp. 444–5. ISBN 1 84037 115 3.