- Feb 5, 2008
Seems like he's doing what he wants to do, and will continue to do so until someone with a badge says stop.Hello Radford,
Thanks for this clarification and what you wrote is what I thought. Now my question is, he is giving instruction in a Quicksilver II MXL. I know there are experimental aircraft (RV12) that can be built S-LSA but any idea of his aircraft meets that requirement. Also if he just offers a flat fee for his time with a wet aircraft and does not differentiate between his time and aircraft time does that allow him to use this aircraft if it does not meet S-LSA?