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SD-1 TG 120 Minisport Mini Airplane


The Spacek SD-1 Minisport is a Czech amateur-built aircraft, designed by Igor Špaček and produced by Spacek of Hodonín. The aircraft was also produced for a short time in the United States by SkyCraft Airplanes of Orem, Utah as a light-sport aircraft, but they had gone out of businesses by 2017.

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Microlight SD-1 TG 120 Minisport powered by SE33 XP engine. Empty weight 120 kg. Payload 120 kg. Cruise speed 160 km/h. Range 900 km. In Germany could be flown without medical in 120 kg category.

The aircraft features a cantilever low-wing, a single-seat enclosed cockpit, fixed conventional landing gear or optionally tricycle landing gear, a T-tail and a single engine in tractor configuration. Due to its very light weight it can qualify for the German 120 kg category. It complies with the United Kingdom SSDR rules for single seat deregulated microlight aeroplanes.


The aircraft is made from wood, with judicious use of composites, including for the wing spar. Its 6 m span wing employs an A315 airfoil, has an area of 6 m2 and utilizes flaperons. Engines of 24 to 50 hp can be used. Standard engines tested are the 28 hp (21 kW) Hirth F33, the 50 hp (37 kW) Hirth F23 two-strokes, the 24 hp or 33 hp Briggs & Stratton Vanguard (designated SE24), or the Verner JCV-360 powerplants.