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World Directory of Light Aviation 2020/2021

Get the overview: Comprehensive and up-to-date!

The new directory lists images, descriptions and technical data over 1000 aircraft: ultralights, microlights, LSA, gyrocopters, ul-helicopters, certified aircraft, kitplanes, trikes, ultralight and certified gliders and motor-gliders, as well as instruments, engines, propellers and accessories. It also includes addresses of manufacturers, importers, associations, schools and much more.



The World Directory of Light Aviation (WDLA) is a reference book drawn from the information of hundreds of thousands of the world’s pilots, professionals and other interested parties.

Bigger than ever is the section on VTOLs and Multicopters, the new flying machines, mostly electric, which will attempt to conquer the world in the future.

In the Manufacturer-index, Product-index and the Importer-index you will find help to search for specific products.

The World Directory of Light Aviation (WDLA) is a reference book drawn from the information of hundreds of thousands of the world’s pilots, professionals and other interested parties; with over 290 pages in full color the WDLA has become the reference for many airplane enthusiasts. The WDLA is now available in three languages: English, French and German. The Chinese-language version will be available at the end of this year.

The new World Directory of Light Aviation 2020/2021 is now available at selected bookstores and online. Online orders in USA or Canada: USD $16.99 plus USD $7.75 postage

http://lightaviationguide.com/

or online order:

Europe/worldwide: 9,95 Euro plus postage

or as a pdf for download (8 Euro) www.flying-pages.com/shop_de/
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Impressive show of electric aviation
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DA50 RG receives EASA Certification
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World Directory of Light Aviation 2020/2021
The new directory lists images, descriptions and technical data over 1000 aircraft: ultralights, microlights, LSA, gyrocopters, ul-helicopters, certified aircraft, kitplanes, trikes,
FAA STC for Kodiak 100 with 5-blade MT-Prop
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