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Sport pilots are allowed to fly a wide range of aircraft, from factory built and homebuilt airplanes, to alternative aircraft like weight-shift-controlled craft and powered parachutes. Whichever aircraft you choose to fly, it’s now less expensive! A newly streamlined aircraft manufacturing processes, allows for less government bureaucracy and less overall expense. With less cost, and more aircraft to choose from, now you can train in, fly, and own an aircraft!

To help you choose the aircraft that’s right for you, here are the major categories of light-sport aircraft:


Related topics: What is a Light-Sport Aircraft? | Special Light-Sport Aircraft listing | Standard Category Aircraft Listing | Experimental Light-Sport Aircraft (E-LSA) | Converting an Ultralight (UL) Aircraft to an E-LSA | E-LSA Conversion Kit | Find a DAR (Designated Airworthiness Representative) | Experimental Amateur-Built Aircraft | Light-Sport Aircraft (LSA) Maintenance Requirements | Sport Pilot/Light-Sport Aircraft Insurance | Light Aircraft and Manufacturer’s Association (LAMA)


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