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Flight Design GmbH, based in Leinfelden-Echterdingen, is a German manufacturer specializing in light sport aircraft. The company began in the 1980s as a producer of hang gliders but eventually broadened into light aircraft. Their signature LSA, the original Flight Design CT, was one of the first aircraft to be certified under the Federal Aviation Administration’s LSA regulations (which went into effect in 2004). Composed almost exclusively of composite materials (98% carbon fiber), the standard CT (composite technology) line remains one of the United States’ most popular light sport aircraft. The company’s CT family contains a number of models and variants serving a variety of different purpose. Their product lines include: CTLS, CTLS Club, CT Supralight, MC, CTLE, and CTSW.
CTLS is the latest iteration of the original line. This model comes in three different variants dependent on the engine type. The standard CTLS is equipped with a 100 horsepower Rotax 912S using twin carburetors. The CTLSi variant uses a 100 horsepower Rotax 912iS, which utilizes computer-controlled fuel injection technology. Lastly, the CTLSt is fitted with a 115 horsepower Rotax 914T for turbo-charged flying in high heat, elevated conditions. All variants use a flight panel furnished with the latest avionics technology including synthetic vision, XM weather, and Terrain information. Standard base model electronics suites include 7-inch Dynon Skyview displays, single ADAHRS, and a Garmin Aera 510 GPS. This line cruises at 132 miles per hour and has a range of 1000 miles for the CTLSi and 830 miles for the CTLS. The CTLS Club is a lighter (by 40 pounds) and more inexpensive variant of the CTLS with simpler avionics and equipment, available in the United States market. The CT Supralight is also a lighter variation of the CTLS but is configured for the Fédération Aéronautique Internationale microlight standards.
With a structure composed of steel and aluminum with solid riveting, the MC (metal concept) variant has a similar aerodynamic design and shape as the original CTs but is engineered primarily from metals. Equipped with an 80 horsepower Rotax 912, the MC has a range of 590 miles, a maximum speed of 155 miles per hour, and a cruise of 137 mph. The CTLE is a variant intended for law enforcement applications and is mounted with a stabilized camera below the wing. The CTSW is a short wing version with a shorter wingspan and altered wingtips to provide a higher cruise speed of 149 mph.

Flight Design: CTSW

Manufacturer : Flight Design

Model : CTSW

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