The ROKO AERO NG IV, an LSA designed from the ground up as a training aircraft, was introduced this week.
Designed by Milan Bristela, who also designed the CZAW Sport Cruiser, the NG IV has reduced pitch sensitivity and more lateral stability due to new winglets and stall characteristics that make it “the ultimate forgiving training airplane,” according to officials at United States Sport Aviation LLC.
Others features include rugged landing gear, ergonomically designed seats and the Aspen Avionics EFD 1000 Pilot PFD. The LSA can be powered by either a 100-hp Rotax 912 ULS or the 80-hp Rotax 912 UL.
United States Sport Aviation has developed a flight school program, the U.S. Sport Flying Center. Flight schools that use the NG IV in their training programs will be enrolled in the U.S. Sport Flying Center program at no additional cost, according to company officials. They will receive special aircraft pricing and student leads from Pilot Journey, discounts on courseware specific to the NG IV and the school will benefit from national identity as a U.S. Sport Flying Center, supported by a national advertising campaign that emphasizes learning to fly at a U.S. Sport Flying Center, officials explained.
For more information: 321-890-8660 or RokoAero.com