Chesapeake Sport Pilot, one of the largest light-sport flight schools in the country, received a letter of deviation authority (LODA) from the FAA to provide transition training for the Searey amphibious kit aircraft. The LODA was the first in the U.S. that is specific to the Searey. Chesapeake partnered with Searey manufacturer Progressive Aerodyne to provide the training. The light-sport, two-place aircraft can land on water with the landing gear retracted and using the man aircraft hull ...
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