SportairUSA to brief LSA rules to FAA IAs

SportairUSA will present a seminar on the certification, operation and maintenance of Special Light Sport Aircraft at the FAA Inspection Authorization Clinic in Jacksonville, Arkansas, Feb. 10.

The clinic is sponsored by the Arkansas Department of Aeronautics for those FAA A&P mechanics who hold the rating of Inspection Authorization (IA).

SportairUSA’s presenters will include:

  • Ronnie Smith, RFSC Instructor, President of South Mississippi Light Aircraft.
  • Bill Canino, FAA DAR, CEO of SportairUSA.
  • Mark Miller, A&P, SportairUSA Director of Maintenance.
  • Ralph Murphy, FAA Inspector, SportairUSA Director of Avionics.
  • Rick Pellecciotti, FAST, SportairUSA Director of Engineering.

What we will do: Present IA recurrent training, Rotax engine display, Rotax engine maintenance and operation, recording aircraft log data, modifications approval with “337” similar forms, aircraft ops limits, and annual condition inspection terms.

For more information, contact the Arkansas Department of Aeronautics at 501-376-6781 or John Holtam, IA, at JH Aero Services, 501-993-7909.

Based in central Arkansas, SportairUSA is an FAA certificated, CFR Part 145 Avionics Repair Station. The company also manufactures and distributes the ForeSight EVS, and is the North American distributor for Sting and Sirius aircraft from TL-Ultralight, the Savage Cub, iCub & Bobber from Zlin Aviation, the Snap! from Dallair USA, DUC propellers and Woodcomp propellers. For more information:


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