The Flight Design CTLSi is the latest version of the CT optimized for the Light Sport Aircraft rules of the United States and is shipped with the new 912Si fuel injected Rotax engine. Flight Design has integrated this latest engine into the popular CTLS and given it the designator “i”.
The CTLS-Club is a lighter and simpler version of the CTLS. Great for flight training and floats, the CTLS-Club comes equipped with a single Dynon D-SV D-700 EFIS with Synthetic vision, UMA Gauges, Garmin com and Transponder, Garmin AERA 510 GPS with XM Weather, Ballistic Parachute System and everything you want for Day-VFR flight.
Flight Design development of the C4 continues with engineering of the engine installation, avionics selection and certification plan to meet an aggressive development schedule. Due to other high priorities in 2011 and early 2012, such as attaining EASA (R)TC certification for the CTLS and introducing the new fuel-injected Rotax 912 iS engine on our new CTLSi model, which included a substantial redesign of the fuel system, the C4 program has not moved ahead quite as quickly as we originally planned. First Flights are expected in Spring of 2013. Sign up on the Contact us Page to get on the mailing list.
The Flight Design MC is an aluminum trainer originally created to complement the existing CTsw and CTLS and offer the excellent visibility, comfort and docile handling characteristics necessary in a contemporary trainer. The MC offers rugged utility and reasonable performance in a traditional metal airframe. The MC construction starts with a steel space frame, uses all aluminum flying surfaces and covers the cockpit with a composite cabin and cowling. While designed for the training market, it has found utility in many world wide markets where working with aluminum is common.