Flight Design has appointed two new dealers in Florida for its line of light-sport aircraft.
In the Daytona Beach area, specifically at the world’s largest private airport of Spruce Creek Fly-in (7FL6), Brian Boucher has formed Florida Light-Sport Aircraft.
“I am very pleased to represent the market leading brand of Light-Sport Aircraft in northern Florida,” said Boucher. “We already have pilots asking for a demonstration flight and we will be at the U.S. Sport Aviation Expo in Florida on 17-20 January to show our new CTLSi.”
In the south of the state is Americana Aviation based in Miami. Chris Menaiges and Tony Alvarez operate Americana Aviation. They plan to build their enterprise around the Flight Design product line, including the CTLSi and the coming C4 four seater.
“We just received our new CTLSi and initial reception from our customers has been very warm, as we expected from this exceptional airplane,” indicated Alvarez.
“We now have several CTLSi aircraft equipped with the Rotax 912iS engine in the USA and more en route from Germany,” said Flight Design USA President Tom Peghiny. “Early reports from our dealers across the country are a strong indication of the popularity we can expect from the CTLSi.”
Flight Design GmbH is a 25-year-old manufacturer based in Germany. More than 1,800 Flight Design aircraft are flying around the world and after eight years, CT remains one of the top-selling LSA in the USA.
For more information: FlightDesignUSA.com