According to the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), the Magnus Fusion 212 S-LSA has been successfully tested in more than 250 different flight situations.
As a result, Fusion aircraft are now officially capable of performing intentional spin maneuvers, which will be officially included in the AFM (Aircraft Flight Manual) documentation for the Fusion type. In tests involving very extreme manoeuvres - performed by an aerobatic pilot - the Fusion has proven that its very robust construction keeps it well within the permitted (speed and load) ranges in all situations. Fusion aircraft are built using state-of-the-art construction technology and provide record low operating costs even during the toughest training.
Abnormal flight situations can occur in private and commercial aviation too, and it is essential that the pilot recognises and eliminates them in time. The Magnus Fusion is designed to enable the pilot to learn how to recognise, solve and to gain experience in such situations. The Magnus Fusion 212 can therefore now be used for upset recovery and spin training (UPRT), a key element of flight safety.