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Flightline Aviation Named Exclusive Paradise Aircraft Distributor

Two Models, Including One Designed For Disabled Pilots

Flightline Aviation of Sebring, FL,  has been named the North American Distributor of the Paradise Aircraft line of Light Sport Aircraft. Flightline Aviation is a full service facility including light sport aircraft sales, maintenance and training. The Paradise Aircraft product line, which includes two models, the Paradise P-1 and the P-1 SP with hand controls for disabled pilots, is manufactured in Brazil and assembled in Sebring, Florida.


Paradise P-1

The Paradise P-l is an all-metal, high-wing LSA powered by the Rotax 912 UL-S engine with a Warp Drive 3-bladed, ground-adjustable propeller. The plane cruises at 120 mph at 75% power, with fuel consumption at 4,000 feet on a standard day of 5gph for an effective range of about 500nm, according to company officials, who note a variety of avionics options are available including a glass cockpit.


FMI: www.paradiseaircraft.us

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