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Coverage of aircraft you can afford — Powered Sport Flying magazine (or simply PSF) bills itself as, "Aviation for the rest of us!" The truth of that statement becomes clear when you realize that coverage in PSF is all about aircraft that you might actually be able to afford on your own.
Powered Sport Flying was formerly known as UltraFlight Magazine and together, these magazines represent 17 years of experience reporting on sport aviation ... reporting on aspects of aviation that are not given regular media attention. Coverage includes powered paragliding, ultralight aircraft including weight shift control trikes, powered parachutes, gyroplanes, and Light-Sport Aircraft.
Independent and Informative — Powered Sport Flying offers an independent voice on government regulation as well as showing what many magazines forget ... the true joy of flight. It does this by showing the adventures of people from around the country and around the world enjoying the freedom of flight. With excellent print quality, great editing and stunning photography, PSF is the only newsstand quality magazine completely devoted to the fun and adventure of single and two-seat powered sport aviation.
FAA proposed regulation has powerfully captured the attention of many pilots.
Recreational aviation can be hugely rewarding in many ways, but creating a well-functioning and useful business in this sector of flying has challenges.
Airspace from ground level to 400 feet is about to get really crowded.
UPDATE 7/8/21 — BREAKING NEWS:
EAA issued a report today saying FAA took some steps to resolve this matter, but it is far from an elegant solution and does not fully address the problem.
UPDATE 12/20/18 — Video added regarding the second book below. See at bottom of post…
Unlike most aviation outlets, I’ve refrained from putting out a Christmas gift guide for pilots.
Things are looking up for Light-Sport Aircraft, rather fantastically so in my admittedly biased opinion.