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24 Oct 2019 16:11 #2317 by Randy Hirsch AP
Replied by Randy Hirsch AP on topic rregistration
David you got it, an SP can fly a 415-C or CD that has not been converted to a D.

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23 Oct 2019 12:16 - 23 Oct 2019 20:11 #2305 by David Smith
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Randy, do I understand you correctly. The ercoupe 415C can be flown as an LSA, but the pilot must hold a PPL?

Update: Found the answer in another post. A sport pilot may fly a type certificated aircraft provided the aircraft meets, and has always met (not recertified out of LSA class) LSA restrictions.
Last edit: 23 Oct 2019 20:11 by David Smith. Reason: Found answer

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20 Sep 2019 10:58 #2264 by Randy Hirsch AP
Replied by Randy Hirsch AP on topic rregistration
Gene - This has been a topic of confusion for me as well. For my own sanity let me clarify this: As a PP you can operate a 415-C or CD (that is Sport Pilot Eligible - ie has never been modified for 1400lb gross weight) by exercising Sport Pilot privileges with just a drivers license as a medical.

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20 Sep 2019 09:29 #2263 by Matt Gunsch
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do the basic med, it is easier and last longer than a 3rd class

A&P, IA, PPSEL
30+ years GA and Warbird Maint

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19 Sep 2019 18:22 #2262 by Gene deRuelle
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Well thanks for clearing that up. I suppose my PP certificate will be OK if I can pass a 3rd class medical. Thanks again

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19 Sep 2019 18:06 #2261 by Larry Snyder
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That is not a list of aircraft eligible for LSA status. That is a list of certified aircraft which meet the criteria allowing a sport pilot to fly it. LSAs are manufactured under ASTM rules, very different from FAA rules. Light sport pilot certificates and light sport aircraft are two different things.

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