Flight Design launches European Adventure delivery program

Have you dreamed of flying your own aircraft to far-away destinations with views along your flight of world famous landmarks only possible from the cockpit? Under Flight Design’s new “European Adventure” delivery program, Flight Design CTLSi buyers can elect to take delivery at Flight Design’s European Delivery Center in Germany. Once on location, plan your trip to your favorite European destinations with guidance and preflight briefings from Flight Design’s multi-lingual tour guide pilots who will handle the local details, enabling you to become comfortable in your new environment and focus on the fun of flying your own aircraft around the historic landscapes of Europe.

Following your European flying tour, Flight Design will arrange to ship your aircraft back to the U.S|or, for those well qualified and possessing an extra-measure of adventurous spirit, Flight Design will enlist the support of previous CT global flyers and experienced aviators to assist you in planning and executing your own flight home across the Atlantic.

“We believe we’ve created a new and incredibly exciting way of delivering added value to our customers,” stated Flight Design USA President Tom Peghiny.

The European tours, which will begin in the Spring 2013. Further details of Flight Design’s “European Adventure” delivery program will be announced in the near future, company officials said.

Flight Design is a 24-year-old manufacturer based in Germany. The company remains the worldwide Light-Sport Aircraft market leader thanks to its CT series of aircraft. More than 1,700 of these aircraft are flying in 39 countries. One of the first aircraft certified under ASTM International standards in 2005, the CT (“composite technology”) remains the top-selling LSA in America through six consecutive years. In 2011, the German company unveiled its C4 four seat aircraft based on the CT technology.

For more information: FlightDesignUSA.com


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