Fk9 Mark III 1997 / Peter Funk
To achieve higher cruising speeds and still offer greater flight comfort, the Mk2 model was further developed to produce a plane made entirely of composites, the FK9 Mark 3, at the end of 1996.
Although this machine still featured many of the Mk2 characteristics, the differences were nevertheless so significant that parallel production of both types proved necessary. Approximately 130 of these planes were produced by the beginning of the year 2002.
These models are not only available on the European market but can now also be found in South America and in many more countries around the world in form of the Mk3-B design.