Tourist aircraft MAKO
single-enginepiston engine4-seater

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Number of engines
piston engine
Number of places
Cruise speed

190 kt, 200 kt, 225 kt, 240 kt

Empty weight

2,200 lb
(998 kg)

Max. take-off weight

3,550 lb
(1,610 kg)


5 h, 7 h

Fuel capacity

75 gal, 109 gal


(7.62 m)


(2.13 m)


Better performance and more options than other 4-place aircraft. Mako is customized, not compromised Introduced at EAA AirVenture 2017, the MAKO is the sleek new 4-place design from legendary composite aircraft pioneer Lancair. With Mako, the emphasis is on usable performance - not just 'bragging rights' but real world responsiveness you can count on every day. Starting with a sturdy composite airframe that's built to stringent utility class standards, the Mako is designed for the long haul. Painstaking aerodynamic refinement helps you get the maximum out of every gallon of fuel without compromising the Mako's nimble, yet docile handling characteristics. Carefully shaped LED wingtips minimize roll coupling while providing more illumination than even a 747! Finally, the (optional) auto-retracting nose gear adds 10-12 knots of cruise speed by eliminating the high-drag nose gear from the turbulent prop wash - without the potential insurance penalty of a fully retractable gear aircraft. Ultimate performance is, of course, dependent on the powerplant. And Mako's robust airframe is engineered to accommodate multiple engine options. Select from a variety of Continental or Lycoming motors - normal or turbocharged - that best match your 'sweet spot' for power, range, altitude and fuel consumption. In short, the Mako offers an unequaled range of options to meet your mission requirements, providing a beautiful, capable and easy-to-fly alternative to Cirrus and Cessna TTx at a fraction of the cost.


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