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Founded in 1989 and based in Hradec Králové, Czech Reupblic, TL Ultralight began as a manufacturer of powered hang gliders. However, the company soon shifted focus to the light aircraft market. In 1991, the company began producing its first aircraft design – the TL 32 Typhoon, a fixed wing, metal tubular 2 seater. In 1995, the company produced the Condor TL 132 and TL 232, high wing vehicles composed of metal. A year later, they introduced the TL 96 Star, which was a low wing aircraft fully constructed from composite material. Learning from the success of this model, TL Ultralight began developing aircraft with an emphasis on composite construction. Their next two families of aircraft: the TL Sting 2000 and the TL Sirius 3000 are fabricated entirely of composites. These families of models, the Sting and Sirius, are currently in serial production by the company and consist of multiple variants tailored to a variety of purposes. Product offerings by the company consist of the TL 3000 Sirius, the TL 2000 Sting S4, the TL 2000 Sting RG, the TL 2000 Sting S3, and Sirius on floats.
In 2000, TL Ultralight introduced the TL 2000 Sting Carbon, an aircraft featuring a high performance wing, an anti-servo elevator, and an engine cowling promoting low drag. The Sting is currently available as a light sport (LSA) variant, an ultralight/microlight (ULM) variant with fixed landing gear, and in a retractable landing gear version – the Sting RG.
The TL 3000 Sirius, a composite high wing, was introduced in 2007 and is also offered as an amphibious floatplane. The Sirius is a high wing aircraft (a configuration in which the aircraft’s wings are affixed above the fuselage). This allows for a less obstructed field of vision and increased ground clearance. Powered by a choice of Rotax 912 with 80 horsepower, Rotax 912S with 100 horsepower, or Rotax 912iS with 100 horsepower, the Sirius is available as an ultralight or LSA. With maximum cruising speed reaching 138 miles per hour and a tank capacity of 29.5 gallons, the Sirius has a range of 870 miles and an endurance of 7 hours. The amphibian variant, the TL 3000 Sirius on floats, utilizes an F-3000 Dolphin system and retractable undercarriage for water/land viability. The amphibious Sirius also features a hybrid Kevlar cloth shell and seven waterproof tanks.

Tl-Ultralight: STING SPORT

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