Re: Quickie Q1 registered as an E-LSA?
Patrick Panzera <panzera@...>
I see.With all due respect, I'm not sure you do.
Well this is all very disappointing.Why? I told you how you could go about making it happen.
I was hoping to be able to build one,You can.
get my LSA certification (will save me at least $3k because I'mI think you mean "get my Sport Pilot rating", which there's nothing
stopping you, certainly nothing that's been stated in this thread thus
far could stop you.
and have a great airplane that is very economical and fun to fly.You still can.
So... what's stopping you?
You could never get dual in a Quickie Q1 anyhow.
Even if the Q-1 didn't qualify as an LSA (which I'm arguing that it
could) there are literally hundreds of LSA-qualified experimental
aircraft, most of which are very economical to build/own/fly that you
could even get training in, even further reducing your costs. You can
even fly off the "40" with the proper endorsement.
I just don't understand your disappointment or defeatist attitude.