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Aquila A210

Aquila A210


The A210 is a two-seater light aircraft built by Aquila Aviation in Germany. The low-wing aircraft is made of carbon and glass-fibre reinforced plastics. The aircraft is powered by a Rotax 912 engine.

The official designation of the aircraft is the Aquila AT01. The aircraft is certified by EASA and is mainly delivered to flying clubs and schools for training flights and rentals.

The first flight was made in March 2000 and since then about 120 have been built.

Brand Aquila
Type A210
Pilots 1
Passengers 1
Maximum Take Off Weight 750 kg
Empty weight 500 kg
Payload 250 kg
Cruising speed 103 knots (191 km/h)
Maximum Speed 165 knots (306 km/h)
Stall speed 43 knots (80 km/h)
Maximum distance 1148 km
Maximum altitude 14500 feet (4420 m)
Span 10.3 m
Height 7.3 m
ICAO code A210

These specifications are intended to give you an idea of the Aquila A210. They cannot be used for flight preparation. Often there are many different types of aircraft released with varying specifications and prices. Check the Pilot Operating Handbook (POH) if you want to know the exact values of the aircraft you are going to fly. Your flight instructor will be happy to help you with this.

Frequently asked questions about the Aquila A210

How fast does a Aquila A210 fly?

An Aquila A210 is normally flying at about 191 km/h (103 knots), which is its cruising speed. It can fly a bit faster, but never more than 306 km/h (165 knots).

How far can a Aquila A210 fly?

The range is about 1,148 kilometres. The distance also depends on how fast you fly and whether there is much wind. A possible diversion to another airport is also taken into account.

How much does a Aquila A210 weigh?

Empty the aircraft weighs about 500 kg. Including fuel, passengers and baggage, the aircraft must not weigh more than 750 kg. The maximum amount of fuel, passengers and baggage that can be carried is 250 kg.

Flying in a Aquila A210

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About Eveline van den Boom

The author of this article is Eveline van den Boom. In 2006, she received her first flying lesson as a birthday present; a beautiful flight over Rotterdam. That tasted like more!

In 2010, she got her PPL licence in Lelystad. In 2011, an aircraft was purchased: an Aero AT-3. This aircraft is still flying in the fleet with callsign PH-EVB.

She wrote the theory books "Theory of Flying" and "Theory helicopter flying". These can be ordered with your flying lesson and are also separately for sale on

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