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- Sport pilot legal?
Re: Sport pilot legal?
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The answer is "maybe". Official stall speed of the Q1 is 53,ph which
is a whisker over the requirements. This has been discussed very
recently, please backtrack the list.
--- In Q-LIST@..., "anav8r_guy" <anav8r@c...> wrote:
Does this also apply to the Q1? I'd hope for a slower stall speed from
a small plane with a sub mach cruise speed. Is there a future for the
Q1 as a Sport Pilot capable aircraft?
--- In Q-LIST@..., Mike Perry <dmperry1012@c...> wrote:
Not even close as I understand the rules. Pitch Buck = CanardStall;
happens at over 60 mph in the best of these planes. Even with VG'sJames
Postma can't get under 60 mph.did
At 12:44 AM 11/28/2004 +0000, you wrote:
Subject line says it all.
I had first looked into purchasing a "Q" kit in the '80s but time
not permit me to pursue it. I instead bought a Cessna 172 and later
177RG. I am now again considering building a "Q" but need to
re-educate myself about the aircraft. Since I plan to fly under the
new Sport Pilot rules and not my rusty commercial ticket will a Q2
into the new Sport Pilot aircraft criteria? Although the gross
and max cruise speed are within limits with a landing speed of
is the stall speed under the 51mph maximum? It appears the single
Quickie fits in the Sport Pilot category but I'd really like to get<http://us.ard.yahoo.com/SIG=129pjqrmu/M=298184.5
two seats instead of one.
Any information or guidance you might provide would be appreciated.
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