Bristell B23 now fully EASA certified

Top Seller in the light aviation market

With ten sold light aircraft in Germany last year (2019), Czech manufacturer Bristell moved up into the ranks of this market segment’s top sellers in this country. Now, their successful model, the Bristell B23, has finally received full EASA certification (EASA.A.642).



Bristell’s B23 has now received full EASA certification.

The extension of BRISTELL’s product range along with the introduction of the company’s first CS23 certified aircraft model now calls for an upgraded market representation in Germany.



A cockpit view of the Bristell B23.

Therefore, as of February 1st, 2020 Hans Biedert and his company BAS Aircraft GmbH teamed up with Aero-Service Worms GmbH to provide sales and service for BRISTELL’s aircraft in Germany.

Hans Biedert is an “old hand” in this business, and many AEROMARKT readers will remember him well from his many years of aircraft sales in this industry, representing notable aircraft makers such as Cessna, Evektor, and BRISTELL. All in all, his company BAS Aircraft looks back on more than 30 years of experience in the sectors of aircraft sales and maintenance services for piston powered aircraft.



With ten sold light aircraft in Germany last year (2019), Czech manufacturer BRISTELL moved up into the ranks of this market segment’s top sellers in this country.

Together with his partner company Aero-Service Worms GmbH, a firm that itself boasts over twenty years of know-how in pilot training, sales and maintenance of light aircraft, BRISTELL seems to have found the perfect team for representing their products in Germany.



Thanks to the combined comfort of good ergonomic design in the largest cockpit in its category, this aeroplane is the ideal vehicle for longer cross-country flights.

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BRISTELL CLASSIC

The ultra-light aeroplane BRISTELL UL and its LSA modification in the three-wheel fixed undercarriage configuration is the right choice of aeroplane for use in flight training at flight schools, glider towing and recreational flying. Thanks to the combined comfort of good ergonomic design in the largest cockpit in its category, this aeroplane is the ideal vehicle for longer cross-country flights. The BRISTELL HD version offers heavy-duty wing spars, which make cross-country flights much safer in extreme weather conditions.



The ultra-light aeroplane BRISTELL UL and its LSA modification in the three-wheel fixed undercarriage configuration is the right choice of aeroplane for use in flight training at flight schools, glider towing and recreational flying.

Find out more about the BRISTELL CLASSIC

The new BRISTELL B23

BRISTELL, the Czech light aircraft manufacturer which has produced more than 500 LSA aircraft worldwide, has launched the now EASA certified BRISTELL B23, its next generation low-wing airplane. The B23 has been designed to satisfy the European CS23 / U.S. FAR23 certification basis. BRISTELL says it “listened to feedback from more than 500 happy customers worldwide” before designing the new aircraft.



The new B23 has been designed to satisfy the European CS23 / U.S. FAR23 certification basis.

Find out more about the BRISTELL B23 The new BRISTELL B8

The BRISTELL B8 has an all-metal wing without struts and a steerable nosewheel. The cabin width is 125cm. The cabin doors are made of composite material as well as the luggage compartment door.



The high-wing BRISTELL B8 has an all-metal wing without struts and a steerable nosewheel. The company’s aim is to introduce the plane for the first time at AERO Friedrichshafen this year (2020).

The basic model will be powered by the Rotax 912 ULS (100 HP). At a later stage, Bristell plans to develop options to fit the other Rotax engines, such as the 914 and the 915is.

“Our aim will be to introduce the plane for the first time at AERO Friedrichshafen this year (2020), followed shortly by test flights,” said the company, which said the pricing policy will be very similar to the BRISTELL CLASSIC.

Find out more about the BRISTELL B8

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