The H-3 Pegasus is a low-wing, open cockpit monoplane by noted lightweight sportplane designer Bert Howland. It features a lightweight fuselage , based on TIG-welded, square aluminum tubing, that weighs only 18 pounds. The internal construction of the wings features a cantilevered design that eliminates struts and cables. Powerplant range is 28 hp to 55 hp. The prototype H-3 first flew in 1988 and won the “The Most Innovative Unltralight” award at Sun ‘N Fun 1989. The design was also designated “Best Commercial Ultralight’ at the 1990 event. The H-3 is not an ultralight vehicle as defined in FAR Part 103. Gross weight of the Pegasus is between 500 and 595 lbs. Pegasus plans cost $250 and are available from Classic Aero Enterprises. Complete kit list of construction materials can be obtained through Classic Aero Enterprises. Call Aircraft Spruce to supply materials once kit list has been obtained.