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The SportairUSA Collection of Light Sport Aircraft

When the light sport aircraft rule was proposed, we scoured the world looking for the best aircraft that would meet the new rule. That’s how we selected the SportairUSA collection.

These are the aircraft that we sell and service:

TL-2000 Sting S4 | Aerial Sport Coupe

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The TL-2000 Sting has been in production since 2000. It is a carbon fiber composite airframe based on the Star aircraft, produced by the same company since 1996.

More than 650 aircraft have been produced by the company, TL-Ultralight, s.r.o., based in Hradec Kralove, Czech Republic. The Sting is one of the best selling light sport aircraft in North American.

For more information, visit the Sting/Sirius Web Site.

TL-3000 Sirius | Focused on Comfort

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The TL-3000 Sirius is the high-wing companion of theTL-2000 Sting.

Featuring easy entry, yoke steering, generous cockpit, a spacious luggage compartment, competent cross-wind handling, a useful load capacity of 600 pounds and 34 gallons of fuel, the Sirius combines the best features of traditional high-wing design with the proven performance and reliability of the Sting.

For more information, visit the Sirius/Sting Web Site.

Savage Outback | 180hp STOL Light Sport Utility

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Super performance, best power-to-weight ratio in its category. Titan Stroker powered Outback climbs at 2100fpm, cruises at 112mph, even with 31″ bushwheels.
Also from Zlin Aviation, the Savage lineup:

  • The Nomad
  • The Bobber
  • The Classic
  • The Cruiser

Zlin Aircraft manufactures an exceptional and affordable airplane. The Savage Outback flies like a Super Cub, only better, and incorporates modern technology in a traditional wrapper.

For more information about Savage aircraft, visit the Savage Web Site

Savage Nomad | Runway Optional

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Savage Nomad | Click for Web Site

Runway Optional: The Savage Nomad is light, tough and powerful, delivering 515 lbs of useful load along with short take-offs and landings in an affordable light sport aircraft.

The Nomad can be equipped with a wide range of navigation and communications options. With a GPS moving map/EFIS installed in the panel along with traditional instruments, or even an iPad with a library of aviation and backwoods apps installed, Nomad will amaze you with its level of situational awareness sophistication.

With optional bushwheels and extended gear, the Nomad becomes a master of the bush, serving more fun per buck than any other light sport aircraft.

For more information about Savage aircraft, visit the Savage Web Site

Savage Bobber | Customize your ride

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Like a custom motorcycle, the Savage Bobber is personalized for its owner with a rich palette of colors and finishes.

Ease of handling and service, excellent visibility, optimal comfort and functional design, completely stable inspection ability, together with a robust, resistant structure, combine to render the Bobber particularly suitable for flights with floats or into the bush.

Personalize the Bobber, any way you want it.

For more information about the Bobber, visit the Savage Web Site.

Searey Amphibian | Fun On The Water

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The SeaRey has generated a great deal of enthusiasm for water flying since its first flight in November of 1992. The airplane has proven itself over many thousands of hours to be well designed, reliable and durable, while providing superior flight characteristics. A strong pilot community has grown up around the SeaRey, stretching from the Pacific Northwest to Florida and into Canada. Flying a SeaRey can be an individual exploration, or an invitation to join up with others for expeditions to some of the most interesting water destinations in North America.

For more information, visit the SeaRey Web Site.