A need to learn is something built into most pilots. We figure outshortly after obtaining our permit or license that the learning never ends. Someone once said that the act of flying literally and figuratively changes your prospective on the world, and that is the secret we pilots know. That’s why we fly. P&P
Twelve pilot in Calgary completed two days Cross Country Training course with Light Sport Aviation Inc.
Dragon Flyer 1, the first group of student started their first day of flight training after completing their ground school. They are looking forward to obtain their Ultralight Pilot Permits within the next six week.
Light Sport Aviation will attend the U.S. Sport Aviation Expo Jan 19th – 23rd 2016, in Sebring Regional Airport, FL. for more information about the exhibition visit http://www.sportaviationexpo.com/
Founded in Calgary, Alberta in the shadow of the majestic Rocky Mountains with the purpose of enhancing and promoting Sport Aviation via providing ultralight pilot training and ultralight / LSA aircraft services. LSA objective is to put more people in the sky and promote the enjoyment and the privilege in the freedom of flying. LSA … Continued
There are several reasons why Canadians fly ultralights, but we mostly do it out of necessity, since certified General Aviation has priced itself out of the reach of the average Canadian worker. We fly ultralights because they are simple, affordable, safe, versatile and fun to operate. We fly ultralights because the medical requirements for the … Continued