New models range from single seaters to four-place planes
Dan Johnson, president of the Light Aircraft Manufacturers Association, is an expert on Light Sport Aircraft.
An amazing thing happened on the way to AERO 2011, Europe’s very popular show in the south of Germany. Light-Sport Aircraft (LSA) companies — a large and growing flock of 83 manufacturers that have provided an astounding 115 new aircraft models in the last six years — took off in two new directions. Companies known to build the flock of more than 2,000 Special LSAs in the USA are now beginning to offer four-seat (or larger) aircraft, while others are testing the market for single seaters.