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Thu, Apr 16, 2009

Kitfox Intros Super Sport S-LSA

Base Price: Less Than $84K!

Kitfox Aircraft LLC provided ANN with a first glimpse of its new Kitfox Super Sport S-LSA, which will be formally unveiled at the Lakeland 2009 Fly-In next week.

The Kitfox design began 25 years ago and has evolved into an American classic. Over 4,500 kits have been delivered into over 42 countries around the world. Now with the latest development of the Kitfox S-LSA, even those who do not want to build one can enjoy flying a highly-accomplished, well-regarded airplane.

Kitfox tells ANN the evolution in the design "has resulted in an aircraft that is as at home in the back country as it is at your local FBO."

The Kitfox Super Sport offers many fun flying characteristics... including one of the quickest roll rates in the LSA category, agile handling, great stability, superb slow speed control, a large baggage area that can handle up to 150 lbs., remarkable 360 degree in-flight visibility, side by side seating and dual flight controls.

A hallmark feature of the Kitfox is its quick folding wings, taking one person less than five minutes. Kitfox also notes the aircraft also has an impeccable safety record, with over one million flight hours accumulated with no in-flight structural failures recorded.

Base price for the US-built Kitfox Super-Sport S-LSA is $83,495.

As ANN has reported, Kitfox Aircraft LLC has been owned and operated since 2006 by John and Debra McBean. Along with a passion for and intricate knowledge of the Kitfox design, the McBeans bring many years of aviation and business experience to the company.

FMI: www.kitfoxaircraft.com/

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