Flying's editor: LSA market will never be strong

01/30/2013 | Flying online

The idea to create the light sport aircraft category was a "stroke of brilliance," writes Flying's editor in chief Robert Goyer. Unfortunately, it didn't work. Manufacturers were expected to save money with the simplified certification process and pass the savings to the consumer. The most noteworthy benefit of an LSA is "that the pilot in command needs no FAA medical certificate," Goyer writes.

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