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Comments: 21
  • #21

    Robert (Sunday, 30 December 2018 00:11)

    We just started to bring Ser.No. 45, OO-ZLF, back into the air, so we are desperately seeking any information or documentation about the M200 in general.
    Who could help!


  • #20

    Pascal CHÉREAU (Friday, 13 July 2018 19:41)

    For sale (as of August 4th 2018) CARMAM M-200 glider
    Serial number 26 from 1967 registered F-CDDU

    A wood and canvas side by side (slightly offset) double-seater glider.
    Big panoramic canopy and spacious cockpit.
    Glide ratio: 32 to 95 km/h. Stall speed: 70 km/h. VNE: 225 km/h
    Flight hours: 4,018 . Take-offs: 5,200

    ARC valid until July 12th 2019
    This glider has a restricted airworthiness certificate.

    Equipment :
    Inclination ball : AIRPATH, Compass : AIRPATH C2300, Variometer BADIN type 100, Altimeter : JAEGER type 100, Radio : REMF VHF300D, lead gel battery 12V 14 Ah, Harness EAF602 (without lifetime limit) No FLARM (optional can be provided, to be installed on the glider, a FLARM minibox IGC with a SD flash drive).

    A set of homemade covers made in plastic bubble wrap covered with aluminum foil (a set of covers last outdoors 4 years – 2 years per side – for outdoor storage with lots of sun between June and September).

    Provided with a 5 kg lead beggar, 2 cushions –dynafoam 5 cm thick, a spare canopy, a new tyre and a new tube, a spare wingtip, a spare back skate, a roll of bubble wrap covered with aluminum foil to make extra covers.

    An open trailer in very good shape.

    You can see the glider rigged on the airfield at Serres-La Bâtie (LFTM) – Hautes-Alpes – 05700 Serres – France. GPS coordinates Lat 44.449433, Long 5.724648
    After Sept. 18th 2018, you can visit the glider in its trailer in a hangar 7 km from Serres.

    Price: 8,000 €

    Possible options: Flarm mini box IGC with SD flash drive (+ 550 €)

    Documents and photos on my Dropbox :

    Videos :

    Contact :
    Pascal CHEREAU Email :

  • #19

    deep cleaning (Saturday, 14 October 2017 09:30)

    Simply vacuuming the actual carpet isn't enough in order to ‘clean’ this. Vacuuming doesn't eliminate billions associated with bacteria which thrive in your carpets as well as furniture. If you wish to get gone these, you have to disinfect all of them. A heavy cleaning addresses this problem.

  • #18

    Ole Christensen (Tuesday, 12 April 2016 03:47)

    Found the pictures of OY-XBB very interesting, they were taken at Knivholt, Frederikshavn ,North Jutland about mid 70´ties when I was about 15 years old. I have 17 flights on XBB as part of our training. The picture of the plane in the hangar is much later when the club had moved to Sæby, some 15 km to the south. Mid eighties I would say.

  • #17

    Pascal CHEREAU (Thursday, 29 January 2015 23:05)

    short video M200 F-CDDU
    Have nice flights.

  • #16

    Bas van Beek (Wednesday, 03 July 2013 10:03)


    Congratulations with your glider.
    Please use the contact menu to leave a message on my personal email adress.
    I will send you some usefull information.

    Regards, Bas

  • #15

    levieux (Friday, 31 May 2013 08:18)

    I'm owner of N°53 F-CDKN since 2 days!

  • #14

    Juicers Reviews (Sunday, 21 April 2013 17:12)

    This post was in fact precisely what I had been looking for!

  • #13

    Best Juicer (Wednesday, 10 April 2013 16:46)

    This particular article was in fact exactly what I had been trying to find!

  • #12

    Pascal CHEREAU (Saturday, 13 October 2012 13:42)

    Hello Bas,
    Nice to see you in your bird ! I wish you many pleasant flights. After that you could say 'Foehn" is fun! :)


  • #11

    david griffiths (Monday, 20 February 2012 04:35)

    I have found the serial no
    Serial number: 28

  • #10

    carmam (Friday, 19 August 2011 21:00)


    Please Email to:
    I will send you the data you need!

    Bas van Beek

  • #9

    Pedro J. Cavero (Thursday, 16 June 2011 14:51)

    Thank you so much, Bas; is there any official paper or document where it is maintained the possibility of flying with the two max. weights?; this datum is essential for me.
    Best regards.

  • #8

    carmam (Tuesday, 14 June 2011 11:57)


    There are two maximum weights known. 520 kg full aerobatic and 570 kg non-aerobatic.
    If your glider empty weight is 360 kg than your max payload is 215 kg. My mistake.

    regards, Bas

  • #7

    Pedro J. Cavero (Thursday, 19 May 2011 15:23)

    Why, if the maximun weight is 520kg and the empty is 360kg, as you say in your page, is the maximun payload in the cockpit 225kg as you say in the same page?; thnks a lot.

  • #6

    Philippe (Monday, 01 November 2010 20:00)

    For those looking for a new canopy of M200, here is the address of a manufacturer in France, great prices.

  • #5

    Bas van Beek (Wednesday, 20 October 2010 10:01)


    I think it might be a good idea to contact the museum GPPA in Angers France.
    They have all the blue prints of gliders produced in France.

  • #4

    Juan Jimenez (Sunday, 10 October 2010 22:13)

    I am looking for blueprints/drawings for the M100S to aid in the completion of a restoration of S/N 59. Are these available from archives of Carmam or Aer Pegaso?

  • #3

    Bas van Beek (Friday, 23 October 2009 00:28)

    Hi Stefano,
    Yes also for M100 owners.
    The M100 and the M200 have a lot of similarities.
    You have to wait for a flight till next year, we hope to finish our m200 before the summer of 2010.

  • #2

    m100s (Thursday, 22 October 2009 09:39)

    Also for M100S owners ?
    I'd like to reserve a flight on your m200 as soon as possible ....

  • #1

    Bas van Beek (Wednesday, 21 October 2009 22:54)

    Are there other M200 owners who have M200 winch launch experience?