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tl-3000pilot
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New to LSA/SPORT PILOT Aviation.

Postby tl-3000pilot » Wed May 01, 2013 7:19 am

Hello,

I hold a VFR/PPL with just under 200-hrs. A few months ago, I came across some videos on YouTube showing various types of LSA Airplanes available on the market and became intrigued by what I saw; there's certainly no shortage of selection and if your fine with a 2-place, there's bound to be a plane that's right for just about any pilot. I wanted to learn and discuss more about these awesome aircraft, which is why I joined SPT. Look forward to reading and discussing these aircraft with you.

Thanks and Happy/Safe Flying,

tl-3000pilot.

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FastEddieB
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Location: Mineral Bluff, GA

Re: New to LSA/SPORT PILOT Aviation.

Postby FastEddieB » Wed May 01, 2013 8:51 am

Welcome!

Where are you located?
Fast Eddie B.
Sky Arrow 600 E-LSA • N467SA
CFI, CFII, CFIME
FastEddieB@mac.com

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designrs
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Re: New to LSA/SPORT PILOT Aviation.

Postby designrs » Wed May 01, 2013 11:23 am

Welcome tl-3000. Yes, lots of aircraft choices in LSA. Just remember that the company strength, survivability and support of the aircraft manufacturer is extremely critical. That will help you make a short list very quickly!

tl-3000pilot
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Re: New to LSA/SPORT PILOT Aviation.

Postby tl-3000pilot » Wed May 01, 2013 8:42 pm

I reside in Hilton Head, S.C.

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Re: New to LSA/SPORT PILOT Aviation.

Postby tl-3000pilot » Wed May 01, 2013 8:43 pm

designrs wrote:Welcome tl-3000. Yes, lots of aircraft choices in LSA. Just remember that the company strength, survivability and support of the aircraft manufacturer is extremely critical. That will help you make a short list very quickly!


Very good point, thanks.


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