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Jim Sweeney, USUA and NAPPF Board Member
Jim talks about the recent announcement from Rotax that their two-stroke 582 Engine has met ASTM standards. He talks about how this can impact the affordability of light sport aircraft. Dan also has news about the upcoming LSA mall to be part of the Northwest Regional Fly-In and more. SweeneyCorp, USUA, NAPPF. (6/27/06)
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Jim Sweeney, USUA and NAPPF Board Member
Jim Sweeney checks in with a report on the ASTM meetings in Sebring, Florida as well as the a report on the very first U.S. Sport Aviation Expo held at the same location. The Expo proves that there is a lot of interest in Light Sport Aviation and the people in the ASTM meetings are helping make the new rules work. www.usua.org, www.nappf.com (Part 1, the ASTM Meeting) (11/2/04)
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Jim Sweeney, USUA and NAPPF Board Member
Jim Sweeney checks in with a report on the ASTM meetings in Sebring, Florida as well as the a report on the very first U.S. Sport Aviation Expo held at the same location. The Expo proves that there is a lot of interest in Light Sport Aviation and the people in the ASTM meetings are helping make the new rules work. www.usua.org, www.nappf.com (Part 2, the U.S. Sport Aviation Expo) (11/2/04)
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Jim Sweeney, NAPPF President and USUA Board Member

Jim gives us a report on Special Light Sport Aircraft and the ASTM F37 Committee. Learn about the different types of certifications that will exist under sport pilot. (6/1/03)




Earl Lawrence, EAA

The ASTM process is continuing forward and developing standards for all sorts of light aircraft. Earl Lawrence catches us up in this important area that is helping the industry prepare for the Sport Pilot/Light Sport Aircraft rules. www.sportpilot.org (11/11/03)

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Tom Peghiny, Flightstar, Inc.
Tom is chairman of the ASTM Subcommittee for Fixed Wing Light Sport Aircraft (LSA). That committee is responsible for writing the consensus standards for fixed wing aircraft to be built under the anticipated LSA rules. The subcommittee accomplished a lot in last week's meetings in Kansas City and Tom will tell us all about it! www.fly-flightstar.com (5/13/03)


 

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