VELIS CLUB: The perfect combination of affordability, efficiency, and performance.

The Velis Club is designed with fight schools and clubs in mind, The idea is to make sure you only pay for what you need for your day-to-day operations. With the already proven engine of the Virus, the Velis Club results in a high-performance aircraft with low fuel consumption and low environmental footprint.

Ideal for Flight Schools

The Velis Club suits a wide range of uses from basic flight instruction, to glider towing, and long-range cross-country flying with unbeatable performance.

The Velis Club is the essential element of the Velis Training System, complementing the Velis Electro and the Velis VR simulator to cover all the areas of basic and advanced pilot training. The exceptional outside visibility, together with the simple and reliable avionics suite, is ideal for pilots learning the fundamentals of VFR flying. Its heavy-duty landing gear is able to absorb even the hardest of the landings and permits routine operations from grass runways. Approved for intentional spins, the Velis Club is also perfectly suited for advanced UPRT training.

The constant-speed variable-pitch propeller brings faster cruise speeds and better fuel economy. Flying at up to 132 KTAS and offering more than 1000 km of range, this fast high-performance cruiser is a fantastic aeroplane for cross-country flying.

The Velis Club is also approved for glider towing with the addition of the optional glider tow hook.

Safety

The Velis Club, as an EASA type-certified aircraft, has demonstrated safety levels required by the CS-LSA regulation by successfully passing all the qualification tests. The Rotax 912 S3 engine, also EASA certified, is a proven power plant with a vast operational history.

Based on the excellent safety characteristics of their already certified predecessors Virus SW 121 and Velis Electro, the Velis Club incorporates additional features that enhance safety beyond what certification requires, such as the multi-sensory-path stall warning system, intentional spin approval, and the Ballistic Parachute Recovery System.

Cost Efficiency and Low Environmental Footprint

The Velis Club combines the proven airframe and engine of the Virus SW 121 with the simplicity and durability of a club aeroplane, which can also be used for pilot training. The outstanding aerodynamic efficiency and robust lightweight structure of the Velis Club result in a high-performance aircraft with low fuel consumption, low cost, and low environmental footprint.

Optional equipment like baggage compartment, ballistic rescue system, wheel fairings, and more, let the customizable Velis Club adapt to your budget.

Let the customizable Velis Club adapt to your budget

Velis Club

The Velis Club is a good choice if you do not desire all the remarkable features of the Virus SW121A Explorer, but would still like the well loved airframe, design and safety of a pipistrel aircraft. Although the Ballistic Parachute Recovery System is optional for this aircraft, personally we recommend it.

The Velis Club is avalible to order now, please see current pricing below. 

Pricing for the VELIS CLUB (SW 121C) EASA CS-LSA Type Certified (Updated 01/09/2022)

Price Euro 153.000€ - excl. VAT, ex. delivery and registration.

Please contact us for more information.

TECHNICAL DATA PIPISTREL VELIS CLUB

Velis Club EASA Type Certified

VELIS CLUB EASA LSA

ENGINE ROTAX Rotax EASA certified engine 912S3 100hp
Max power 100 hp, 73,5 kW at 5800 RPM
PROPELLER 2 blade Hydraulic CS MTV-33-1-A/170-200 EASA certified
DIMENSIONS
Wing span 10,70 m
Length 6,40 m
Height 2.06 m
Wing area 9.51m²
Mean aerodynamic chord 0.898 m
horizontal tail area TBA
Aspect ratio 12.04
Positive flaps 0° deg, +9.5° deg, +20° deg
Negative flaps -5° deg
Center of gravity 25% - 35% MAC
WEIGHTS
Design empty weight 340 kg (750 lbs)
Max take off weight (MTOW) 600 kg (1323 lbs)
Design useful load 260 kg (573 lbs)
Max baggage weight (optional) 25 kg (55 lbs) 
Fuel tanks capacity 2 x 50 l
Usable fuel 2 x 49.5 l
PERFORMANCES DATA for MTOW 600 kg
Vne (Never Exceed Speed) 302 km/h (163 KTAS)
Vno (max structural cruising speed, rough air) 222 km/h (120 KIAS)
Va (max maneuvering speed) 185 km/h (100 KIAS)
Vfe (max flaps extended speed) 150 km/h (81 KIAS)
Vae (max airbrakes extended speed) 185 km/h (100 KIAS)
Stall without flaps
98 km/h (53 KCAS)
Towing limitations
Giders up to 600 kg (to meet 500 m total take off distance over 15 m obstacle)
Best climb speed 148 km/h (78 KIAS)
Max climb rate 5.3 m/sec (1050 ft/min)
Take off run at SL
160 m
Take off distance over 15 m obstacle at SL 320 m
Maximum take-off altitude 10.000 ft. MSL (3048m)
Maximum operating altitude 18.000 ft. MSL (5486 m)
Permitted fuel
AVGAS, MOGAS or car fuel (min RON 95; EN228 Premium or Premium plus with max. 10% Ethanol)
Fuel consum. at 2000 ft 75% power, cruise speed 18.4 l/hour
Endurance at 4000 ft, 65% power 5h 33 min (+ 30 min reserver)
Range distance (+30 min reserve, at 4000 ft, 65% power) 1189 km / 642 nm
Noise level (ICAO Annex 16, Chapter 10) 70 dB(A) (measured)
Flight Load Factor Limits +4.0 g, -2.0 g

Pipistrel reserves the right to revise the above data whenever occasioned by product improvement, government/authority regulations or other good cause.
The design basis follow the strictest EASA CS-22, CS-VLA and CS-23 (sections), as well as rules applicable to ASTM-LSA and EASA LSA standards.

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