Rotax aircraft engine expert Phillip Lockwood will share his Rotax expertise in seminars at the Arlington Fly-In and Airventure next month.
B & B Sport Aviation, based in Cambridge, Maryland, has joined the distribution network of Paradise Aircraft.
“As a successful aircraft dealer, we understand the value that consumers place on a warranty and how that factory support makes it easy for us to keep customers happy,” said Ted Bryant, owner of B & B Sport Aviation. “We’re very excited about taking delivery of our first Paradise P1 aircraft. The P1 first captured our attention at the Sebring Expo. After looking at other light sport aircraft, we quickly realized that the P1 simply has no equal in its class. The cockpit is neat and organized with no exposed wires or cables. The panel layout is akin to a much larger aircraft. The leather seats with embroidered logo are classy and the exterior finish is amazing.”
Each Paradise P1 aircraft is backed by a two-year/200-hour warranty with an inventory of parts readily available in the United States.
For more information: ParadiseAircraft.us
AMD recently unveiled the STOL CH 750 LS, the factory-built Special-Light Sport Aircraft (S-LSA) version of the STOL CH 750 design from aeronautical engineer Chris Heintz.
Icon Aircraft has completed a series of hydrostatic and hydrodynamic tests on the Icon A5 amphibious Light Sport Airplane.
Ken Godin, formerly Flight Design’s national sales director, has joined Remos, another LSA market leader.
Godin, who will be responsible for sales and service in North America, started flying at the age of 18.
There are more than 300 Remos aircraft flying worldwide.
For more information: Remos.com.
Jeremy Maddox of Georgia recently became the 10th person to earn his sport pilot certificate through an Able Flight scholarship.
Maddox, who uses a wheelchair because of a spinal cord injury, earned his certificate in 37 hours in a SkyArrow 600 that has been equipped with hand controls to allow the pilot to work the rudders. The scholarship was supported by a grant from the Christopher and Dana Reeve Foundation.
Craig responded by tipping a hat to many of the nations flight training colleges and many of the new lower priced aircraft now available as but two ways to attract our younger neighbors.
Wig-wag recognition lights are now standard equipment on the Sting S3 Light Sport Aircraft.
The wig-wag system, controlled by a switch on the instrument panel, alternately flashes the landing and taxi lights in the airplane’s wingtips, according to officials at SportairUSA, the North Little Rock-based company that distributes the LSA in the U.S.