IF YOU PURCHASE A USED PLANE PLEASE CLICK HERE for a transition Syllabus that can be used to help you with learning to operate the CTLS and CTsw.

FAA Regulations require the owner of an SLSA aircraft to notify the manufacturer about a change in ownership. This is important so that you can be notified of safety related information regarding your aircraft.  Part 91.327 of the regulations requires  the status of all safety directives be recorded and requires aircraft owners or operators to retain a record of the current status of applicable safety directives for special light-sport aircraft.

Please let us know at flightdesignusa@rcn.com with an email regarding changes in ownership.

Please be sure to provide your serial number, N number, address, email and a telephone number

This is important so that you can be notified of safety related information regarding your aircraft.

You should also have a copy of the Supplement for Continued Operational Safety Reporting on LSA airplanes that apply to all CT, MC  aircraft

We use the following checklist to make sure that the delivery and set up of new airplanes is correct.  You might want to use this to be sure that you understand what was shipped with the plane.

Flight Design USA Aircraft Acceptance Checklist Page 1of 2    Vs.1.0
Owner Name:                                                                                    Phone:
Address:                                                      City:                                 State:           Zip:
Serial & N-Number:
Delivery date:
Owner Comments
Aircraft Documents
Airframe Logbook
Engine Logbook
Aircraft Manuals
Equipment Manuals
Door & door lock operation
Ballistic chute operation
Electrical switches
Circuit breakers
Master switch
Basic instrument and their operation
Fuel shutoff and ignition switch
Flap Operation
Wing attach points
Baggage door operation and security check
Baggage limitations
Ballistic chute visual inspection
Flight control visual inspection
ELT and remote operation
Main Landing Gear
Ballistic chute blowout panel
Upper and lower antenna
Airframe construction, inspection and care
Vertical stabilizer and lower fin
Airframe Identification Plate
Stabilator Design
Trim tab operation
Flight control push-pulls, cables and balance weight
Rudder and ground steering operation
Flap characteristics
Aileron Characteristics (with and without flaps)
Wing tip and Navigation light
Pitot tube
Fueling aircraft & Fuel cap/vent characteristics
Wing-root seal
Owner Page 2 of 2
Engine cowling, Fasteners, and heater flaps
Nose gear
Engine inlet and cooling intakes
Engine compartment
Oil & checking the oil
Seat & rear strap operation
Under-seat storage
Seat belts
Fuel system
Engine controls
Flight controls
Trim controls
Brake system
Interior/Exterior lights
Climate controls
Filling tire tubes
No step areas
Cleaning and Care (no alkaline cleaners)
Landing characteristics w/ different flap settings
Pitot Cover
Tail tie down strap
Rear storage cloth bulkhead
ELT temporary antenna
Prop covers
Flap switches
Fuel gauge key
Extra door and ign. Keys
Composite Clean Proper care kit
Two David Clark headsets
Garmin GPS equipped aircraft
Storage bag
Portable antenna
Extra mounts and chargers
Manuals, update-warranty card, and accessories
Customer signature                                                                       Date
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