Flight Design at AVIEUR Autumn FLY IN

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Flight Design USA Coming to AOPA Groton, CT Fly-In

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Flight Design USA at AOPA Regional Fly-In

Norman, Oklahoma.

http://www.flightdesign.com/aopa-2017-september-flight-design-usa/

See us at more AOPA Fly-Ins: Fly-In Schedule

A Sign of Good Times

DeLand Sport Aviation Showcase

Come see Flight Design USA at the DeLand Expo!  We will have planes on display at booths 1 and 2.

Two new CTLSi 2020 Edition arriving at Airtime!

Airtime Aviation, the Flight Design distributor for South Central USA, is receiving two new CTLSi 2020 Edition aircraft from Germany. Both aircraft are fully loaded and will be available by the end of July.

“We are excited to be getting new CTLSi’s from Germany.  These planes have every option that we know our customers want including 2020 ADS-B in and out, and weather and traffic that can go to the Garmin 796 or an iPad.” said Tom Gutmann Jr. “We have one with black leather with gray interior, and one with palomino leather with tan interior.”

AOPA News: 2017 Fly-In locations, dates announced

Upcoming:

Norman, Oklahoma, University of Oklahoma Westheimer Airport (OUN) September 8 and 9

Groton, Connecticut, Groton-New London Airport (GON) October 6 and 7

Tampa, Florida, Peter O. Knight Airport (TPF) October 27 and 28

Come see Flight Design USA at all three events!

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Flight Design Service Bulletin Update

Flight Design service bulletin SB-ASTM-____-99 has been updated to include information on the Rotax alert service bulletin regarding the stator plug on the 912iS engines used on the CTLSi.  The revised bulletin is here.

For more information regarding the Rotax bulletin ASB-912 i-007/ASB-912 i-007iS, please visit www.flyrotax.com

For Immediate Delivery!

N370CT is a 2017 CTLSi 2020 Americas Edition loaded with dual SkyView Touch, Garmin GPS 796, autopilot, leather, tundra tires, and 2020 compliant ADS-B in and out!  See spec sheet below for more information!

Contact John Hurst with Americana Aviation – 1-214-335-8883

KLA-100 DEBUTS AT AERO FRIEDRICHSHAFEN 2017

 

 

 

 

 

 

Wildau, GERMANY / 17 April 2017 — In a joint announcement between Vessel Co., Ltd., and Flight Design, the companies debuted their new KLA-100 low-wing, light aircraft. The introduction occurred at Aero Friedrichshafen 2017. First flights of the new model happened only days earlier.

The KLA-100 development program has been going quietly for two years and the debut was one of the surprises of Aero 2017.

“The first flight was performed in Sumperk, Czech Republic in late March with test pilot Richard Ponizil at the controls. Since that time the plane has made seven more flights and met all expectations,” said Flight Design COO, Daniel Gunther.

The KLA-100 is a brand new design destined to be certified as a Light Sport Aircraft for sale in countries that accept ASTM Compliant aircraft, as a CS-LSA certified aircraft. This will allow access to virtually every major aviation market in the world.

“The program is a collaboration, between Vessel Co., Ltd., of South Korea and Flight Design,” stated Matthias Betsch, CEO of Flight Design GmbH. “Our engineering staff has worked closely with the Vessel Engineers to develop the KLA-100 and they will work together to certify the plane in Europe and South Korea.”

“Vessel CEO was present for the ground testing and first flight of the KLA-100,” said Mr. Kiman Seo, CEO of Vessel Co., Ltd. “Vessel is running a parallel development and flight test program in South Korea to gather as much experience for certification in Korea.”

The KLA-100 wing is a tour-de-force of modern aeronautical design. A high aspect ratio wing planform is used to reduce drag and increase climb, a new proprietary airfoil has an improved coefficient of lift and reduced drag through a greater percentage of laminar flow. The Stall-Safe drooped leading edge is designed to keep the airflow attached at the tips, promote post-stall aileron control and resist spins.

The long-span slotted flaps feature another proprietary airfoil developed in South Korea to slow the KLA-100 for low landing speeds and gentle stalls. The wide chord ailerons allow precise control and minimal adverse yaw. The blended winglets round out the wing tips and reduce drag, increase climb and give the KLA-100 a distinctive ramp presence.

The powerplant is the 74 KW (100 HP) fuel injected Rotax 912iS, a Garmin G3X avionics suite is built around dual Garmin G3X EFIS and EMS screens combined with a Garmin GTN-650 MFD, Garmin GTX-335 Mode ES ADS-B out transponder and optional Garmin 2 axis autopilot. A Stratos Magnum 601 advanced AEPS rescue system is integrated into the airframe.

Flight Design and the Vessel Co., Ltd., engineering staff created the KLA-100 with safety, performance and comfort in mind. A new aircraft should employ modern construction techniques for many reasons. The cockpit’s carbon-aramid composite safety cell helps to protect you and your passenger. The engine mount and carbon fuselage attach points reduce the possibility of engine intrusion into the occupant’s safety cell.

For more information please go to:  www.flightdesign.com and www.vessel21.com

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Contact Info

CONTACT INFO:                   Web: www.flightdesign.com

Flight Design GmbH i.I.       Commercial Register: Cottbus HRB 12503 CB

Schmiedestr. 2                        VAT ID No.: DE 147857992 D-15745 Wildau

Board of Directors:                Matthias Betsch (CEO), Daniel Günther COO GERMANY

Receiver:                                  Knut Rebholz — knut.rebholz@moenning-partner.com

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