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Catalina airshow returns backed by Scheyden

Article | Jul 12, 2013

After thrilling audiences with a water-powered jet pack, DC-3, Grumman Albatross, and more in 2012, the Catalina Air Show and Festival appeared to be a one-time event--until Scheyden Precision Eyewear stepped in to sponsor the show for its second year.

Competitor to Icon emerges

Article | Jul 09, 2013

After several years, Independent Aircraft has begun producion engineering on a design of light sport amphibious aircraft that looks similar to the Icon A5.

Plane spotter: Bound to make waves

Article | Jun 27, 2013

Even veteran plane spotters may be in over their heads trying to identify this combination boat and airplane.

Icon raises $60 million to produce A5

Article | Jun 20, 2013

Icon Aircraft announced that $60 million has been raised to support regulatory compliance and production of the new A5. The FAA has yet to rule on Icon’s request for an exemption to light sport aircraft weight limits the company sought citing safety benefits.

Beaver Checkout

Pilot Magazine | Jun 01, 2013

Turning final for a water landing on a placid lake, the de Havilland DHC–2 Beaver seems perfectly matched to its purpose.

Icon seeks FAA answer by May 31

Article | May 23, 2013

Kirk Hawkins, CEO and founder of Icon Aircraft, has asked the FAA to issue a final decision by May 31 on his exemption request to increase the weight of his Icon A5 amphibious LSA by 250 pounds.

FAA seeks Icon data for LSA weight increase

Article | May 02, 2013

A decision in the May 2012 request from Icon Aircraft to the FAA for an exemption that would allow Icon’s A5 amphibious aircraft to weigh 250 pounds more than current light sport aircraft limits for seaplanes has again been delayed.

LSA buyers 'waiting' to purchase

Article | Jan 18, 2013

Light attendance, the absence of large exhibitors of the past, and a market that appears mired in indecision marked the beginning of the light sport aircraft show in Sebring, Fla., this week. The good news is that there are LSA aircraft available for less than $85,000. Want an American-built engine? Continental and Lycoming officials tell you which models have their engines.