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Light Sport Aircraft Pilot is a directory of aircraft that generally fit
into what are described as ultralight aircraft, advanced ultralight
light sport aircraft, experimental light sport aircraft, experimental
aircraft, amateur built aircraft, ELSA or homebuilt
aircraft in the United States and Canada. These include
weight shift aircraft, more commonly known as trikes,
powered parachutes, and powered para-gliders.
seamaxis the ultimate light sport aircraft (LSA)
amphibian. Designed for both pleasure or mission-specific
operations, it redefines typical concepts of beauty, speed,
range, endurance, comfort and versatility.
optical-quality one-piece canopy offers breathtaking
visibility while ensuring superior instrument panel
provides superb handling and flying qualities along with
predictable and docile stall characteristics, all designed
to help lower pilot workload. Takeoff, both in water and on
land, is short and easy thanks to refined aerodynamics and a
powerful certified Rotax 912S 100 HP engine. Climb
capabilities and endurance are equally impressive.
provides an unbeatable combination of low maintenance and
operating costs in a well-built, reliable, multi - purpose
aircraft with a proven powerplant.
is manufactured in Brazil by Airmax, which is partly owned
by the Omni group, a leading Portuguese aviation company
with an outstanding reputation in Portugal and in Brazil.
empty with fluids
max. take off weight
+5 G's / -3 G's
max. fuel capacity
SeaMax Performance Specifications
(Rotax)912S (100 hp)
warp drive 3 blades
stall speed flaps up
stall speed flaps down
rate of climb
take off (land)
take off (water)
SeaMax amphibious light sport aircraft -
experimental lightsport aircraft
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