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rheuschele

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Just recently I came across an ad for a kit plane that had a 200 hour build time. I didn't have time to read it thoroughly, but I'll be darned if I can find it again. Anyone know of such a plane?
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Bimini57

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The Dream Fantasy Ultralight Trainer from Airdrome Airplanes is the only aircraft that I know of that boast a 200 hour build time. This is the same company that provided planes for the movie Flyboys.

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You can have two seats in an ultralight trainer plane - as long as it is used as a trainer and for nothing else.
(at least that is what the regs said the last time I read them - earlier this year)
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You can have two seats in an ultralight trainer plane - as long as it is used as a trainer and for nothing else.
(at least that is what the regs said the last time I read them - earlier this year)
Paul

You may have been viewing an obsolete version of the regs. An ultralight with 2 seats would have to be certificated and operated as an LSA....at least in the U S of A.




Getting back to the build or assembly time.....

Ron, I believe Bradley Aerospace advertised the Bradley Aerobat build time at 200 hrs at one time. FWIW.
 
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