Moller International, Inc, the developer of the Skycar aircraft, the Rotapower line of rotary engines and the Aerobot line of Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAV), reports it has completed the initial design phase for two new Skycars, which may qualify under the FAA’s Light-Sport Aircraft (LSA) category.
The eighth running of Sebring just finished and a resounding success it was on nearly all counts. A few dour faces noted exhibitors were off a rather modest 5% (according to officials) but in every other category, smiles were broad from most attending or exhibiting at Sebring 2012. Read my full run-down of the show here.
Chesapeake Sport Pilot is now accepting deposits for the new factory-built SeaRey SLSA. Delivery of factory built SeaReys is expected to begin in 2012.
Corbi Air has developed an air conditioning system light enough for small general aviation aircraft, including Light-Sport Aircraft (LSA). The launch customer is the S-LSA Alto (pictured below).
February will see the delivery of the 200th CC11 series Light Sport Aircraft (LSA) from Yakima, Washington-based light aircraft designer and manufacturer CubCrafters.
German general aviation aircraft manufacturer Flight Design has improved its warranty program, calling it the XP or eXtended Protection Warranty. The warranty is even applied retroactively to the CTLS or MC.
The U.S. Sport Aviation Expo, held in Sebring, Florida, Jan. 19-22, posted record-breaking attendance this year.
Organizers of the U.S. Sport Aviation Expo held in Sebring, Florida, Jan. 19-22, report record attendance for the show, no doubt helped by sunny skies and warm weather. “For two hours on Saturday, Sebring Regional Airport was the busiest airport in the country,” organizers said.