Dynamic Club

Outperforms conventional SEP 2 seaters

The Dynamic Club is a simplified version with a Rotax 912ULS 100Hp Engine, a fixed pitch propellor and with or without wheel spats and traditional instruments, with other more advanced features excluded. It is aimed at syndicate use and for training at microlight flying schools. Unlike many microlight training aircraft currently in use, the Dynamic has an exceptionally low drag airframe and can cruise at up to about 120 kts. It is therefore an excellent aeroplane for teaching speed control and energy management. All other options are avaible at extra cost when ordered before the aircraft is built. Of course the Manadatory optons for the UK include the Ballistic Rescue Parachute system.

In basic specification the rudder adjustment is optional, but we recommend you have this option to avoid the hassle of carrying multiple cushions.

The trim and flaps are manually operated, although electrical actuation is an option.

The throttle is a simple push/pull type mounted through the lower instrument panel.

The Guide price for this model with basic instruments only is € 160,000 incl VAT  

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The fuselage of the aircraft consists of composite sandwich shells with the main construction element being carbon fibre. This ensures low weight together with high strength. The main part of the fuselage is 2.45 m (8 ft) wide at the centre section and has integral fuel tanks with a total capacity of 75, 100 or 126 litres in the outer part of the stub wings. (The fuel capacity installed is a customer option.) The tail layout follows the classic arrangement. The tailplane span is the same as the centre section width, which enables easy transport of the demounted plane in a trailer or truck.


The main landing gear consists of a laminated spring assembly; the nosewheel assembly is attached to the firewall and shock absorption is provided by a bungee cord mechanism. The main gear wheels are equipped with hydraulic disc brakes actuated by a lever mounted in the centre console, which also serves as a parking brake. (A retractable undercarriage is an option.)

The controls are standard with control sticks for each seat. Adjustable rudder pedals are an option. The flaps and trim control can be electrically operated.

The basic power plant is a Rotax 912 or 914 with a propeller from Woodcomp, EVRA, DUC or MTV. The engine is equipped with two carburettors (or fuel injection if specified), electrical starter, twin-ignition, stainless steel exhaust, and silencer. Aerospool is currently flight testing its latest model fitted with a Rotax 915 engine, C/S propellor and glider tow hook and it is undergoing certification.

The canopy frame is made using carbon composite to ensure high strength and stiffness. The ergonomic design provides outstanding crew comfort. The inner cabin width is 115 cm (45 inch) which is probably the most spacious of any similar aircraft available. The acrylic canopy moulding is made by Mecaplex of Switzerland and is of the highest quality with excellent optics.

The basic instrument set consists of air speed indicator, altimeter, magnetic compass, RPM indicator, oil pressure indicator, oil temperature indicator, and cylinder head temperature indicator. But the customer has complete freedom of choice for the panel layout and equipment fitted.

The WT9 DYNAMIC aircraft is manufactured in the modern facility of Aerospool at Prievidza airport, Slovakia. The company is supervised by Civil Aviation Authorities of Slovak republic, CAA of Czech Republic and the German LBA and the EASA. This assures the customer that he will receive a high quality product. Aerospool is currently undergoing CAA A8-1 approval to add to its EASA
and other approvals.


The DYNAMIC is your choice