Evektor SportStar MAX Introduction

The modern design, outstanding flight characteristics compared to conventional training aircraft make the SportStar Max the ideal aircraft for training, maintaining pilot licenses and also for travelling.



Fun is Back!

Cruise at 115 MPH and 7 plus hours endurance




Hangared at North Las Vegas airport (KVGT)
Hanger G73 is located at the business end of runway 30 at KVGT. A golf cart is located at the pedestrian gate to transfer you and your guest to the hanger which is conveniently located a short taxi distance to the runway for a quick getaway!



 Excellent Flight Characteristics

The SportStar MAX is an easy to fly aircraft with outstanding control harmonies, sensitive to the pilot´s commands at both high and low speeds and with uncompromising stability during flight. These characteristics make the SportStar MAX a favourite of both students and CFIs.


Modern Design

The SportStar MAX design is based on the EASA JAR-VLA certified aircraft and reflects the latest development in design, safety and cockpit comfort found in modern light sport aircrafts. The useful load being the largest in its category and a flying range of up to 700 miles make the SportStar MAX the perfect aircraft for tourism and travel.


Robust Metal Airframe

The SportStar MAX has a robust anodized and corrosion-proof metal airframe. All structural joints are riveted and adhesively bonded to reach enhanced fatigue life. Excellent strength and reliability of the SportStar has been proven during flight school operations worldwide.


Low Operating Costs

The SportStar MAX was designed to have low operating costs, easy maintenance and to meet the operation specifics of flight schools. A low fuel consumption 4-5 gallons per hour on average and easy maintenance has cut operating costs in half compared to conventional training aircraft.




The comfortable and spacious cockpit of a stylish arrangement, state-of-the art avionics and an outstanding all-round cockpit view will keep you relaxed both during training and cross country flights. The SportStar MAX cockpit has shoulder room of 1.18 m (more than Cessna / Piper four seaters), providing enough space even for taller pilots.

The stylish cockpit is equipped with comfortable seating, adjustable pedals, and an efficient heating and ventilation system. An almost 360° all-round view provides you the perfect cockpit view and situational awareness during all phases of flight.

Avionics & Equipment


Set of standard flight instruments – Airspeed indicator (kts), Altimeter (ft/mBarr), Rate of Climb (ft/min)

TruTrak ADI  (Part of TruTrak Auto Pilot)


Digital flight clock

Engine Instruments

  • Digital RPM indicator
  • Digital Cylinder head temperature indicator
  • Electric fuel quantity indicator (left tank / right tank)
  • Fuel pressure gauge
  • Digital Oil temperature indicator
  • Oil pressure indicator (mBarr)
  • Outside air thermometer
  • Voltmeter
  • Engine hour meter Hobbs


  • Garmin GTX 330 Mode S Transponder

    Leading the Way to ADS-B with ES Upgrade

    Transponder GTX 330 (mode S) ES  Extended Squitter, technology the GTX 330 takes the lead in providing a pathway to ADS-B compliance for the Next Generation airspace system. Using precise GPS-referenced positioning information, the extended squitter technology enables transponders to automatically transmit more accurate, and more useful, traffic surveillance data — including aircraft flight ID, position, altitude, velocity, climb/descent, and heading information (compared to traditional Mode S and Mode C transponders, which can only broadcast altitude, and thus require ground-based radar to correlate and identify the aircraft’s position)

  • GPS – Garmin aera 796

  • 3-D Navigation with MFD and EFB Capability

    • 3D Vision perspective view displays terrain, obstacles, airports, traffic and more
    • Access to global georeferenced charting options, document viewer and more
    • Easily access street intersections for quick navigation
  • Comprehensive Aviation WeatherGDL 39 features ADS-B “In” datalink technology that allows it to receive subscription-free Flight Information Service-Broadcast (FIS-B) weather information over the FAA’s 978 MHz Universal Access Transceiver (UAT) uplink. Easily access animated NEXRAD radar, METARs, TAFs, winds and temperatures aloft, PIREPs, NOTAMs and more right on your compatible Garmin aviation portable or through the Garmin Pilot app on your iPad® or Android™ device.¹
  • Spot Potential Traffic Threats

    GDL 39 can receive ADS-B position reports directly from other aircraft in your vicinity. Because the FAA permits ADS-B broadcasts on 2 frequencies (978 UAT and 1090 ES), GDL 39 contains both receivers so you can see a comprehensive view of all ADS-B “Out” equipped targets. The compatible display² will alert you by announcing traffic targets both audibly and visually. Spoken audio alerts announce “Traffic, Traffic” to get you looking right away.

    ADS-B “In” technology also allows the GDL 39 to receive Traffic Information Service-Broadcast (TIS-B) information. TIS-B allows you to view the same dynamic traffic picture that ATC ground controllers are seeing when you’re either participating with an ADS-B “Out” solution or within a certain range of another ADS-B “Out” participating aircraft when within a service area.³ Our correlation technology automatically displays the highest-integrity traffic data from multiple sources, preventing ghost or duplicate targets.




Length 19.62 ft (5.98 m)
Height 8.14 ft (2.48 m)
Wing span 28.40 ft (8.65 m)
Cabin width 3.87 ft (1.18 m)
Baggage compartment volume 10.06 cu.ft (285 l)
Weights & Quantities
Empty weight 751 lb (310 kg)
Maximum take-off weight 1 320 lb (600 kg)
Maximum baggage 55 lb (25 kg)
Design load factors +6 / -3g
Operation load factors +4 / -2g
Engine Rotax 912ULS
100 hp
Never exceed speed 146 kts (270 km/h)
Maximum level speed 115 kts (213 km/h)
Cruising speed 108 kts (200 km/h)
Stalling speed 40 kts (74 km/h)
Rate of climb 1 020 fpm (7.5 m/s)
Service ceiling 15 500 ft (4720 m)
Take-off run (concrete RWY) 620 ft (190 m)
Landing run (concrete RWY) 590 ft (180 m)
Range 700 nm (1 300 km)


Engine Bombardier Rotax 912ULS
No. of cylindres 4
Maximum power 100 hp
TBO 2000 hours
Fuel Unleaded automotive gasoline or AVGAS 100LL
Propeller 3-blade, on-ground adjustable propeller Woodcomp Klassic 1700/3/R