Ultralight airplanes for aviation fanciers

Our History

Aeroplanes DAR is a company with long history. A successor of the legendary state owned "DAR", the company has managed to survive in the higlhy competitve lightweight aviation industry and even become among the leaders in the "120 kg/FAR 103" ultralight planes class.

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Company News

In June 2014, our DAR Solo airplane has finally been certified under the "120 kg" rule by Germany's Federal Aviation Office (Luftfahrt-Bundesamt, LBA).

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Video Gallery

Check out our video gallery - here you can see different videos of our planes in flight, as well as interviews and reviews from our CEO, engineers, test pilots, airplanes owners and journalists.

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Our Partners

During the years, Aeroplanes DAR had managed to create a strong network of business partners. Our partners have been providing us with high-quality components and have thus been unaltered part of our success.

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AeroplanesDAR is a ultralight airplanes manufacturer based in Sofia, Bulgaria. Our models range vary between single and double seated planes.

The company has been present in the lightweight aviation industry for almost two decades now. Our understanding and knowledge about the small airplanes concept, had helped us to overcome many obstacles including constant industry regulations changes and even the global economic turmoil from the recent years. Our models have always been well adapted to fit into aviation industry’s specific niches and also to satisfy out customers particular needs.

Great example of that is our DAR Solo airplane. It has been recently certified under the German “120 kg” rule and is now ready to conquer the hearts and minds of ultralight fans all over the world. For more information on DAR Solo, click on this link.

Be a star – fly a DAR!

Jesper Døssing

The best compete to themselves first!

Tony Ilieff’s favorite slogan.

The air up there in the clouds is very pure and fine, bracing and delicious. And why shouldn’t it be? —it is the same the angels breathe.

Mark Twain, Roughing It, Chapter XXII, 1886.

Man must rise above the Earth—to the top of the atmosphere and beyond—for only thus will he fully understand the world in which he lives.