With his own platform

Elmar Fischer has a good laugh. He can spend the entire Namibia season in Bitterwasser with his Arcus M. His co-pilots have to share the second seat behind him. First in line was ex-starfighter pilot Günter Weiss, who now had to say goodbye.

Elmar is dependent on his co-pilots, they have to take on the role of a safety pilot for him. With his disability Elmar is not allowed to pilot the Arcus alone. There is no manual control for the rudder pedals as there is for the Duo Discus. If you don't need too much rudder, you can do without such a control. Elmar: “I can do a little with my feet.” However, the Arcus also has the flap lever as an additional operating element. After all, the two were together on eight flights. On their last flight they had a hard fight against a wind up to 50 kph on the final approach.
The number one parking position in the palm alley for the Arcus "FI" is barrier-free. Getting in and out of the cockpit is made easy for the wheelchair driver Elmar with a concrete platform.

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1400 Kilometres for Christmas

Flying 1000 kilometres on Christmas is a great gift for any pilot. Four pilots fulfilled this wish with over 1100 kilometres on a day with unexpected possibilities. Simon Schröder and Max Schäfer flew a whole 1400 kilometres with the EB28 on Christmas Eve. In the following, they report on their flight.

The Line-Boys of the 2022/23 Season

Our Line-Boys are doing a valuable job again this year.
During the season, when there is always a lot of activity, the experienced Line-
Boys (easily recognisable by their red clothing) contribute to smooth flight
operations.