Light Sport Aircraft

Items per page   10 | 25 | 50 | 100
1 to 10 of 465 results

Factory Zenith STOL announced

Article | Apr 12, 2016

An Alabama builder of light sport aircraft has struck a deal with Zenair to produce factory-built Zenith STOL CH 750s, priced at $99,990.

LAMA reports LSA progress

Article | Apr 07, 2016

The Light Aircraft Manufacturers Association issued an upbeat report on its advocacy initiatives at the Sun ‘n Fun International Fly-In and Expo in Lakeland, Florida.

Spanish gyrocopter makes US debut

Article | Apr 04, 2016

For $100,000 you can build your own gyrocopter from Spain and fly it under the experimental category. There is only one of these in the United States at the moment.

Glasair Merlin light sport wins approval

Article | Apr 01, 2016

Glasair, located in Arlington, Washington, got FAA light sport aircraft approval for its $150,000 Merlin aircraft. There are now 122 light sport airplanes to choose from.

Flight Design deliveries flow again

Article | Apr 01, 2016

Flight Design light sport aircraft deliveries have resumed, but from a new supplier in Taiwan following financial troubles of the German company that led to receivership in February.

Icon’s gambit

Article | Mar 31, 2016

Icon Aircraft will soon begin delivering the A5 amphibious light sport aircraft to customers willing to sign a purchase agreement that imposes many restrictions.

Remos GXiS to hit US market

Article | Mar 17, 2016

Remos AG, the German maker of light sport aircraft, has announced a new model, new management, and a new distribution center for North America.

Rans tailwheel airplane approved as light sport

Article | Mar 14, 2016

The FAA has granted approval of the $119,000 Rans S-20LS Raven as a light sport aircraft.

New Merlin LSA takes flight

Article | Feb 17, 2016

Chip W. Erwin has crafted a little kitplane dubbed Merlin that sports one seat and many features for $34,900, complete with basic instruments.

Flight Design reduces lead time

Article | Feb 02, 2016

Flight Design USA, producer of popular light sport aircraft, has inked a deal with AeroJones Aviation of Taiwan to produce aircraft for the U.S. market.