Tuesday, November 19, 2013
First Flight Design Jubilee
More of the early Jubilee Edition aircraft arrived at Flight Design USA, Flight Design's representative and importer for North America. "We received additional factory-fresh CTLSi Jubilee Edition models at our Woodstock base," said Tom Peghiny, President of Flight Design USA. "They are being assembled and inspected by our technical staff to prepare them for the first customer deliveries."
"According to Dave Armando, our director of maintenance, both early-arriving Jubilee Edition CTLSi aircraft exhibited an advanced state of manufacturing quality," reported John Gilmore, National Sales Director for Flight Design USA. "Once the assembly and FAA acceptance process is complete they will be join the fleet of almost 400 CT variations in the field." For eight years, the company has held its market leading position.
What's next besides more Jubilee Edition aircraft? - Flight Design's successful Jubilee program offered 25 specially configured CTLSi aircraft with distinctive paint and trim packages and all the most popular options. Those planes sold out rapidly and no more would be produced. With all Jubilee Edition aircraft taken by customers, demand lead to the introduction of an Americas Edition with a uniquely American special paint and accent package. Americas Edition aircraft are priced at $167,700. Each is superbly equipped with the newest digital instruments and features and all come with a full three-year warranty. Peghiny added. "We believe customers will find our Americas Edition aircraft to be highly appealing."
About Flight Design
Flight Design is a 25-year-old manufacturer based in Germany. The company remains the worldwide Light-Sport Aircraft market leader thanks to its popular CT series of aircraft. More than 1,800 of these aircraft are flying in 39 countries. One of the first aircraft certified under ASTM International standards in 2005, the CT ("composite technology") remains the top-selling LSA in America through eight consecutive years. Flight Design sold the first LSA to India and was the first LSA to earn Chinese Type Design Approval. Three times a CT has been flown around the world. In 2011, the German company unveiled its C4 four seat aircraft based on the CT technology. Visit www.flightdesignusa.com.