Al Marsh

Fly the Flight Design CTLS!

January 29, 2009 by Alton K. Marsh, Senior Editor, AOPA Pilot

Take the Flight Design CTLS for a flight above Sebring, Florida. This airplane dances to Latin music, so if you’re at work, turn down the volume control. If not, congratulations and enjoy!

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One Response to “Fly the Flight Design CTLS!”

  1. Derek Case Says:

    I’ve flown the Flight Design CTSW (predecessor to the CTLS) on a round trip from Connecticut to Oregon–via the Mexican border. I’ve flown it several times from CT to Florida, Tennessee, etc. and it’s a complete joy to fly! It’s responsive, fast (up to 120kias), economical (4-5gph), and comfortable (wider than the C172s & Archer IIIs I also fly). And the visibility is unparalleled. It’s my favorite airplane to fly & I hope to own one in the future!

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