With the easy-to-fly look and feel of a light sport aircraft but with the touring and turbulence handling capabilities of a much bigger cross-country steed, the Brumby 600 LSA low wing gives you the best of both worlds.
Having a less serious nature than its high wing sibling, the Brumby 600 LSA is flying enjoyment at its best. Its light and responsive handling, its excellent visibility and its performance in the climb and cruise ensures this aircraft will put the fun back in flying.
Designed along side the 610, the Brumby 600 has the capabiltity to handle the regular abuse of student pilots and we all know that students can be hard on aircraft, especially in the touch down phase of the landing, and like the 610, the 600 acknowledge that reality by coming equipped with an undercarriage manufactured from heavy duty, high quality, spring steel legs, secured to the chrome-molly vanadium airframe by particularly hefty attachment bolts. All Brumby 600 are manufactured from the highest quality aluminium and steel material and components.
Pilots converting from general aviation particularly will appreciate the qualities of the Brumby 600 LSA. The spacious and open feel of the big bubbly canopy provides superb visibility. The 600’s lighter and more responsive feel will be refreshingly different, and the luxury of its glass cockpit panel will show GA pilots that they can have the latest technology in the cockpitfor relatively little money compared to the older “steam” instruments they are used to. The specs can’t show you how well the 600 LSA handles the vagaries of wind and turbulence that are part-and-parcel of longer cross-country trips. The truth is that the Brumby 600 LSA is built like a little general aviation aircraft and you can feel that extra strength when flying.
For the private owner, in addition to the responsive handling qualities, stabilty and generous cockpit space afforded by the 600, there exists a long-legged cross-country performer that excels in both air speed and endurance. With 140 litres of fuel on-board, a cruise speed of 105 to 110 knots and a burn rate of 18 to 20 litres per hour, the Brumby 600 has the capacity to take you and your passenger on a 6 hour flight before needing to re-fuel. While in practice that’s unlikely to happen, it’s certain that the ability to stay aloft for that length of time amounts to one big insurance policy if the weather turns nasty and you need more time in the air to look for an alternate landing area.
|WINGSPAN||28 ft (8.5 m)|
|WING AREA||105 sq.ft (9.75 sq.m)|
|FUSELAGE LENGTH||20 ft (6 m)|
|COCKPIT WIDTH||42.5″ (1080mm)|
|ENGINE OPTIONS||Rotax 912ULS (Standard) & Rotax 912is (Fuel lnjected|
|BAGGAGE AREA||6 sq.ft (0.56 sq.m)|
|MAXIMUM TAKE-OFF WEIGHT||600kg|
|EMPTY WEIGHT||350 kg|
|CRUISE SPEED@75% POWER||110 kts @ 18 L/Hr|
|STALL SPEED||40 kts|
|RATE OF CLIMB||1000 fpm|
|LANDING SPEED||60 kts|
Brumby aircraft offers our customers a few options in purchasing our Brumby 600 and they are as follows; Fly Away – The aircraft is fully finished and and can be flown away from our factory with out any additional work required. Please contact us to receive a price and lead-time on the aircraft. Owner Build Kits – For the more hands on owners, we provide the option for the aircraft to be manufactured at home through our Standard and Fast-Build Kits. For more information and pricing please click the link button below.
The Brumby 600 comes stock standard with the following assessories:
- Dual Controls
- Toe Brakes
- Toe Brakes
- 500×5 Wheel and Brake Assembly
- Oleo Steerable Nose Wheel
- Adjustable Seating
- Fresh Air Vents
- MGL Radio
- MGL 8″ Glass Cockpit
- Cabin Heat/Carby Heat
- 135L Fuel Capacity
- Map Pockets
- Accessory Outlet (12V)
We also give the option for the following additional extras:
- 600×6 Wheel and Brake Assembly
- Mode S Transponder
- Combination German Nav/Strobes with Rear Beacons
- Park Brake
- Auxiliary Electric Boost Pump
- Two Axis Auto Pilot
- Airspeed Indicatior
For prices on the additional extras please contact us.