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(Video) Why fly Light Sport Aircraft?

If you’re tight for time and prefer moving pictures over reading text, I’ve produced a quick video to give you a better answer to why you should consider learning to fly Light Sport Aircraft (LSA). It’ll take about a minute to run.

About Paul

Paul Hamilton is recognized as an expert in the Light Sport Aircraft (LSA) category. He is a pilot, flight instructor, aviation engineer, consultant, writer, video producer and business owner. Through his company, Adventure Productions, Paul specializes in teaching and informing people about flying (especially LSA) including students, pilots, instructors, mechanics, engineers and aerodynamicists.

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3 Comments

  1. Posted May 14, 2009 at 11:21 am | Permalink

    good one

  2. Victor Jara
    Posted February 13, 2010 at 7:14 pm | Permalink

    Hi Paul, I am considering to buy a Czech Sport Cruiser. I am not sure if the plane can be used for IFR if proper instruments are installed. Where I can verify this? Any FAR?
    I will really appreciate your help.

  3. Posted February 15, 2010 at 3:36 pm | Permalink

    Victor,
    This is a great question asked by many. The FAR is 91.327 where the FAA puts the responsibility on the manufacturer. Simply, to legally fly the aircraft IFR, the Pilots Operating Handbook (POH) which is the Aircraft Operating Instructions (AOI) for S-LSA must allow it. Simply get the POH/AOI for the specific aircraft you are considering, and see if is allowed. This is the verification.

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