FAA Proposed Rule Changes for Light Sport Aircrafts

Things are changing for Light-Sport Aircraft, rather positively so in my admittedly personal opinion.

This article will offer some new light to an enterprise approaching its 15th birthday (in September 2019). We believe you may be surprised by some of the things.

The Light Aircraft Manufacturers Association (LAMA), General Aviation Manufacturers Association (GAMA) for the light aircraft industry, and its partner, the U.S. Ultralight Association (USUA), have been heads-down focusing on enhancing the chances for Light-Sport Aircraft (LSA).…

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Pros And Cons Of Building A Light Sports Aircraft On Your Own

Light Sport Aircraft

Traditionally pilots have always bought their aircraft from a reputable retailer, but these days pilots are putting their trust in a different set of hands: their own. Tired of paying too much for planes that aren’t made exactly to their liking, they are building their own and getting a sports pilot certificate. This way they save money, get precisely what they want and can take pride in knowing their hard work is now a functioning airplane.

For those who have never heard of a sports pilot certificate, this document makes it easier for pilots to engage in the┬áhobby they love. Those who have one can train in half the time …

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