I really like the looks of this aircraft. It is a unique combination of design choices that I think should provide a nice balance of good flying qualities and lots of aerobatic capability.
It calls itself a trainer, but it is not a “learn to fly” trainer. Instead it positions itself as an entry level pattern ship. It is light weight which means it should maneuver effortlessly and not have bad habits. It has long lines so it should fly like it is on rails. It has thickened wing tips so it should have excellent slow speed characteristics and be adverse to tip stalling. Oh, and it also has all the design elements you’d want for effortless knife edge and inverted flight. The aircraft has a semi-symmetrical airfoil. Most aerobatic planes pick a fully symmetrical airfoil, but in my opinion, across the flight regime that this aircraft covers, the choice of airfoil shouldn’t make much difference.
While I am grounded and waiting for the snow to melt around here I took a couple pictures:
I am hoping this will be a fun airplane to go out and cut up the sky with classic pattern style aerobatics.