German light-sport aircraft (LSA) manufacturer Flight Design continues to make progress on its first Part 23-certified aircraft with the selection of a Garmin avionics package, negotiations for a diesel engine and plans to assemble the C4 in both the U.S. and China. The company, which began as a hang glider manufacturer 25 years ago and moved into LSAs once new rules opened up that market, has teamed with the Taiwanese company Aero Jones to produce its CTLS two-seat LSA in mainland ...
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