Bristell Aircraft

  • Lancaster Airport
  • 500 Airport Rd.
  • Lititz, PA USA 17543
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Milan Bristella, the designer and creator of the Bristell Light Sport Aircraft, has revolutionized the Light Sport Aircraft industry with his unique designs and specifications.  His design credentials are impeccable with and strong reputation for design excellence (Evektor, Sport Cruiser/Piper Sport). The NG4, manufactured at Milan’s BRM-Aero facility in the Czech Republic, was just the start of the Light Sport revolution.  The BRM-Aero NG5 further advanced the design with as the Bristell. Milan has subsequently created a fleet of Light Sport Aircraft to suit the needs and meet all the expectations of a wide range of pilots. The family of models are the Classic Tri-Cycle S-LSA, E-LSA, and E-AB kit, the TDO (Tail Dragger Option), and the RG (Retractable, not an LSA in the USA sold as E-AB).
This plane is unmatched in fit and finish. Bristells are exciting, fun, and affordable planes to own and fly.  Beautifully crafted and designed to accommodate two full size adults, with a generous cockpit accessible luggage space allowing up to 33 lbs and a 7 lb. hat shelf.
There is an additional storage locker in each wing that can hold 44lbs each. Each airplane has its own custom luggage bags to be packed at home and slid into the locker right before the trip. Expect to cruise at 120 knots at sea level; and because of the low empty weight of just (normally equipped) 675lbs- 725 lbs, you’ll see a great climb rate to 14,000 feet.
The thought and care that has gone into the design of each model is clear to all those that are fortunate to have flown in a Bristell or, indeed, own one.   For example, the unique single motion latching canopy design requires no additional latches or locks, just shut the lid and it’s closed.
The wing design is special to the Bristell; the wingspan extends 18” out from the fuselage, this means that the pilot need not step on the wing itself to get in and out of the plane, thereby reducing risk of damaged wings.
The planes can also be equipped with high tech avionics...