Atol 650 LSA amphibious aircraft prototype crashed while on a test flight in July 2018.

Aircraft accident report has now been published.

Various safety improvements have been designed and will be made to the aircraft in production.

Read the flight accident report.
Raportti suomeksi onnettomuuden tutkintaraportti.

Creating a good and reliable network of subcontractors is very important for the company. The Atol subcontracting network has already over 50 carefully selected major subcontractors. The subcontractor network is now ready for serial production.

Here are the latest additions to the subcontracting network.

Xamk, South-Eastern Finland University of Applied Sciences
Xamk supplies wood material and provides laboratory services.

CSI Composite Solutions and Innovations Oy
The company supplies composite parts.

Simfors oy
The company supplies metal parts.

The company supplies laser cut parts.

Included are some examples of parts that are subcontracted.

Atol Avion Oy and Blue Skies Aviation Oy have signed a contract about Rotax 912 S3 engine conversion kit for Cessna 150 aircrafts. Atol Avion will manufacture required parts for the kits and provides assemblies too. First kits will be ready soon, contact for details.

The wing of ATOL 650 LSA aircraft is on display at Science Center Pilke.
Pilke is located in Atol Avion’s hometown Rovaniemi.
See the forest like you’ve never seen it before –¬† at the Science Center Pilke.

Short update from our busy workshop.
Based on customer feedbacks and our own experience we modified ATOL’s cockpit to make it even more roomy. Canopy is now about 10% wider from shoulder level and that improved visibility and overall looks too!
Here You can see model for the new mold. This all new mold saves time and money as there are less parts now in the fuselage and makes the front section lighter and stronger too!
Only few steps away now from first production fuselage! Stay tuned!