Vintage LSAs offer tactile flying experience at lower cost

02/19/2013 | General Aviation News

Vintage aircraft that meet the requirements of the light sport aircraft sector offer a tactile flying experience and are often less expensive to buy and maintain than modern airplanes. But before purchasing a vintage aircraft to fly as a sport pilot, be sure to check its logbooks to confirm that it complies with LSA rules.

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