Is This The Future Of The Single Engine Aircraft?
Over the last few years a trend has emerged that is so big the biggest single engine aircraft manufacture had to put its hat in the ring. Over the years countries all over the world have been approving the "Light Sport Aircraft" certification and pilots are buying them like never before.
Basically, the difference between a light sport aircraft and a fixed wing aircraft is the following:
- A maximum gross take-off weight of less then 1,320 lbs (for land LSA's)
- A maximum airspeed of 120 knots.
- Fixed wings & fixed pitch propeller
- Maximum of two seats.
As far as getting approved to fly one, the requirements are similar to a recreational pilots permit. The BIG benefit of the LSA is the fact that the medical requirements are less restrictive. They are comparable to that of a drivers licence medical requirements.
So which is the best LSA (Light Sport Aircraft) to buy?
It is pretty safe to say that the Cessna 162 SkyCatcher is going to become the best selling. It is priced at about $113,000 and before it was even released Cessna had over 800 orders placed.
Now, other then the SkyCatcher your going to have to do some serious research... The tricky part as there are SO MANY different models to choose from and so many "shady" manufactures who are trying to make there mark in this business.
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