3600 lbs gross for LSA ?

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Re: 3600 lbs gross for LSA ?

Postby ShawnM » Tue Apr 30, 2019 11:48 am

drseti wrote:I just heard this from DAR Mike Huffman:

I’ve not expected an NPRM anytime soon; right after the announcement, I talked with Terry Chasteen who told me it would be 3-4 years.


(Terry is head of the FAA Light Sport program in Kansas City.)


Which in FAA terms means 5-6 years. :mrgreen:


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