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We found a long lost photo of our exhibit at the 2007 Mayfly Fly-in. The C-17 and Quicksilver pilots just could not resist doing a fly-by to check out the new X-air H's that we had on display. Click for a bigger image:

X-air H at Mayfly

We put a new section online concerning X-Air and Jabiru manuals. Give it a try.


Here is the mail that we received from David McRae, head of RDD Enterprises, LLC, who has been coordinating this effort:
"Thank you to all of you who played such important roles over the past months in the effort to obtain LSA status for the X Air LS. The effort culminated today in the successful certification of the first X Air LS as a Light Sport Airplane! The FAA Inspector (yes a real, live FAA employee) arrived at the RDD facility for the inspection at 1 p.m. this afternoon and left very satisfied at 4 p.m.

The process has been enjoyable along the entire way. We have built the foundation of a great little company here in the US and we are partnered with a great group of other companies. I am sure we will be quite successful as we move from this certification focus to manufacturing and customer delivery focus. We have an incredible group of people gathered to perform the work, and it is an honor to work with you all. So thank you again for all of the work and support you have given to X Air."

LSA Approval An Xair LSA aircraft


Your ship has come in! We have several BRAND NEW X-air H's. These are the very latest models with all of the changes and updates already applied! Hands down, these are the nicest looking X-Airs ever, straight from the factory.

These aircraft have been fully assembled then E-LSA registered. After being registered, we removed the engine so the end-user can install their own. I know that sounds silly but it is necessary due to insurance requirements. We have engines and we have instruments and we'll answer any questions that you might have.

For only $18,900 plus engine and instruments, you can have a registered E-LSA aircraft.

As you can tell, we are very excited about these aircraft and we think you will be also. Where else can you get such a deal on a light sport aircraft? Most LSA's are going for $60,000 to $80,000 with many of them well over $120,000. The X-air H can hold it's own to any of them for thousands less!

There are not many left so stop what you're doing and call me right now. My number is 843-240-8450.


Here are some photo's:
(click on a picture, below, for very high detail)

Sitting on ready to go out the door...
The following pictures were added on September 24, 2007:

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