Sport Planes - They Are Here To Stay, But Are They Right For You?
Buying a sport plane can be a really good thing for your flying hobby if they are a good fit. That said, it can also be the wrong choice as well. Even though they are very popular these days does not mean they are right for every pilot in every situation.
Not only that - you have to make sure that if you are going to get a sport plane, you get one that is right for you! And in this article will be talking specifically about LSA sport planes that are manufactured.
Here's How To Know If Buying A Sport Plane
Is Going To Be Right For You
First - Do You Think You Will Outgrow It?
That is a big question that you need to answer for yourself before you buy a new or slightly used sport plane. Buying a plane can be a lot of fun and create a lot of excitement in your life. But the problem is that if you buy it and then outgrow it in a year your not going to be very happy.
Everyone is different and some people get bored of things very fast. And no were is that more apparent then in buying an airplane. If you buy a sport plane and then six months down the road feel that it is not the right airplane for you, then you now have to go through the process of selling it and re-buying something else.
Why would you outgrow it? Very simple... SPEED! The LSA regulations are such that sport planes (light sport aircraft) are regulated so they can only go so fast. And if you can only go a max speed of 120 knots, you might get bored of that.
Not only that - you might find that it is not powerful enough to get you to where you want to go the way you want to get there.
Second - Do You Like Technology?
One of the best things about new sport planes is the fact that most of them are loaded up with the latest technology and aviation engineering features.These airplanes are new and the manufactures have to be very competitive or they will lose business.
You have probably noticed that there are A LOT of light sport aircraft manufactures on the market these days. That is a good thing for the buyer because it gives you a lot of options to choose from. And one of the ways that these manufactures make their airplanes more competitive is by providing you with the latest features in engineering and the most advanced avionics you can get for a small airplane.
That's a great thing to have in a LSA if you are into technology and more importantly - safety!
All in all - if you can do an honest evaluation and feel that a sport plane (LSA) is right for you, then you should have lots of fun flying ahead of you.
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