Tecnam Sierra IFR flight training

November 30, 2009

This is a demo IFR flight of LSA Sierra , a part flight training of Chesapeake Sport Pilot School.

Duration : 0:9:23


9 Responses to “Tecnam Sierra IFR flight training”

  1. airste172 on November 30th, 2009 6:32 pm

    @jaak33 Good point! …
    @jaak33 Good point! I’ve flown these things a number of times and I must confess that I’m still rather apprehensive about going beyond the distance from an airport where I could still make it back on a glide. Even though I’m a skydiver, the average LSA strikes me as being just a bit too risky for my comfort.

  2. jaak33 on November 30th, 2009 6:32 pm

    Rotax 912 engines …
    Rotax 912 engines come in certified and non-certified versions. A certified version allows for IFR.

  3. airste172 on November 30th, 2009 6:32 pm

    This plane is …
    This plane is powered by a Rotax 912 engine. In the operator’s manual for that engine it includes the following: ” …Aircraft equipped with this engine should only fly DAYLIGHT VFR conditions.”

    How do you justify flying into IFR conditions when the engine manuall explicitly tells you not to do it???

  4. skyhawk8519 on November 30th, 2009 6:32 pm

    Is that legal to …
    Is that legal to mount those cameras like that 😉

  5. RDWit on November 30th, 2009 6:32 pm

    Nicely done! I am …
    Nicely done! I am also interested in the camera mounting, as well as the types of cameras used.

  6. tom110111 on November 30th, 2009 6:32 pm

    Awesome! Very …
    Awesome! Very unique points of view.

  7. LFOD1776 on November 30th, 2009 6:32 pm

    Great video! How …
    Great video! How did you mount the cameras?

  8. David Rizzio on December 30th, 2009 6:29 pm

    Yes, the Rotax 912S is the certified engine (vs. the ULS), also used in the P2006T twin (not LSA, obviously).

    For more information visit http://www.westcoastsportaircraft.com (for California folks) or http://www.tecnam.net

  9. Miguel on December 19th, 2010 5:54 am

    Lot of ignorance here.

    2. Rotex 912 got very good marks from Aviation Consumer, one of the only magazines that isn’t a shill for plane makers (NO advertising, supported only by subscription.
    3. Just passed stringent European tests.

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