The Ventura 4 is the four-seater aircraft of I.C.P., designed to meet the requirements of amateur construction, and suitable for the experimental category.
The kit has been reviewed by the FAA, ENAC, IAA, South African CAA and many other Civil Aviation Authority in Europe and all over the world and it has been found eligible for licensing in the Experimental Amateur-Built category. This means that the fabrication work we do on the kit components is less than 50% of the total required to complete the aircraft and that at least 51% of the work remains for the kit builder.
The construction is entirely made in aluminium; this aircraft is characterized by two large doors from which, thanks to the adjustable and flippable front seats, you can comfortably access the rear seats.
By virtue of the new wing with Riblett GA 35-418 airfoil, The Ventura-4 can approach for landing as slow as 80 kph (50 mph/43 knots) at maximum weight and with its high propeller clearance, can operate from semi-prepared runways shorter than 250 meters with a large margin of safety. Combining such excellent STOL characteristics, typical of all ICP family aircraft, with high cruising speed and brilliant manoeuvrability with brisk roll response, the aircraft offers optimal performance in any situation giving the pilot full control and a lot of fun!
The Ventura is an extremely versatile aircraft, and thanks to the large engine compartment it can be powered with a variety of solutions ranging from the compact Rotax 912 (recommended for the 2-seater version only) to the powerful 180 HP Lycoming IO-360.