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Old 03-06-2019, 09:15 AM   #21  
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Well time in an LSA does count as TT towards all rains, but I think you are confusing the definition of LSA.
I think if it's weight shift control you cannot count it as airplane time.

If it's conventional controls and certified as an LSA you probably can.
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I think if it's weight shift control you cannot count it as airplane time.

If it's conventional controls and certified as an LSA you probably can.
This makes the most sense so far.

Like I said, it's a murky area when I read the regs. Appreciate having some pros look at things.
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