Mon, Apr 11, 2005
International announced that two newly imported Evektor Sport Stars
received SLSA approval on Thursday, some of the first to be
registered in the United States.
The aircraft registrations were completed at 4:00 p.m. on April
8th with the San Antonio FAA MIDO office. The two aircraft have
their new airworthiness certificates and will be on display at Sun
The Texas-based company will be conducting demonstration flights
each day of the show for those who register. The Sport Star is made
by Eventor-Aerotechnik, a certified aircraft manufacturer in the
Czech Republic with over 35 years experience designing and
The Sport Star is built in a licensed factory alongside
certified aircraft. It has an aluminum airframe with joints that
are riveted and bonded. The company claims that this provides a
longer life airframe.
The Sport Star is based on a JAR-VLA certified design with over
400 aircraft flying. A 80hp Rotax engine is standard, with 100hp
available as an option.
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