Plane & Pilot Midwest LSA Expo

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The Plane & Pilot Midwest LSA Expo is “The Place to be for Sport Aviation This Fall!” See over 40 Light Sport Aircraft, including Part 103, STOL (Short Take off and Land) and Gyroplanes on one easily accessible and demo friendly flightline. Shop for the latest in aviation gadgets in the Wicks Aircraft & Motorsports Terminal Lobby. Sit in one or many informative seminars/forums presented by the best in the industry. It’s all here. It’s September 10 – 12, 2015. And it’s at Mt. Vernon Outland Airport (KMVN), Mt. Vernon, Illinois! Free admission and free parking!

See the SW-51 “Mustang” by Hansen Air Group

Stroll through an expanded Part 103 Display featuring Quicksilver

Attend new seminars:”Zero time to Certificated Pilot” & “TFR Avoidance” by USAF NORAD

SATURDAY FEATURES:
  • Popular Rotorcraft Association, St. Louis Chapter #35 Displays
  • St. Louis Women With Wings Aircraft Wash
  • Ercoupe Owners Club Displays
Experience History

See the Jefferson County Hall of Honor and Colonel R.D. White Veterans Museum located inside the Koziara Terminal. View over 500 individual “Tributes” lining the halls, along with weaponry, uniforms, and an authentic 1941 U.S. Army Indian Motorcycle. Visit the virtual hall at www.VeteransHallofHonor.com

Light Sport Aircraft Facts

New Light Sport Aircraft are roughly one third the cost of legacy training/recreational aircraft such as the Cessna Skyhawk and Piper Cherokee. A Sport Pilot License is approximately 50% of the cost of the traditional Private Pilot License. Although Light Sport Aircraft have prohibitive regulations such as no more than two seats and daytime operation only, they offer some great benefits like incredible fuel efficiency and generally newer technology such as glass cockpits. Traditionally trained pilots can fly Light Sport Aircraft using only their driver’s license as certification they are healthy – allowing many an opportunity to continue flying.
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