New California Sport Pilots

California Powered Powerchutes Leading the Sport In Central and Northern California We just returned from a quick trip to Tracy California to help our training affiliate Stephen Brandon, owner of California Powered Parachutes, with conducting Sport Pilot tests for three of his most recent students. Stephen is a bit of a lone wolf in California being the only FAA certified […]

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New Sport Pilots, Tracy California

We just returned from a quick trip to Tracy, California to connect with our affiliate Stephen Brandon and to conduct sport pilot practical tests for his most recent students.  Congratulations to Gary Robinson, Livermore California and Aaron Cassel, Death Valley California for successful completion of their sport pilot practical tests.  Both Gary and Aaron performed flawlessly on their practical tests.  […]

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WSPA Adds Light Sport Airplane and Motorglider Instructor

Welcome Wolf Edmonds, the newest affiliate of Western Sport Pilot Association! Wolf is a very experienced pilot and offers light sport airplane and motor glider training out of two locations in the Portland Oregon area. Wolf’s involvement with the Western Sport Pilot Association helps us to continue to expand the variety of our light sport aviation services in the Pacific […]

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Stephen Brandon on Sport Flying Radio

More on Letter of Deviation Authority.  Stephen Brandon our Tracy CFI affiliate talked with Roy on Powered Sport Flying Radio about the LODA process.  The LODA is essentially a process that allows instructors who were CFIs before January of 2010 and who were using an ELSA for training, to continue using that ELSA.  This is despite the January 2010 deadline […]

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FAA Issues LODA to WPPA Affiliate

It appears our Tracy, California CFI affiliate, Stephen Brandon has pulled off what many have said is impossible.  That is issuance of a letter of deviaion authority that essentially allows Steve to use his pre-existing ELSA powered parachute for training, despite the January 2010 deadline that requires all dual training to be in a Special Light Sport certified aircraft.  Here […]

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