Airplane LSA For Sale

Get a demo flight and/or buy a light sport  (LSA) airplane and get trained (or transitioned) in your new aircraft with me, Paul Hamilton. I’ll help you figure out what options you want to create the aircraft for you. We will/can advise you for the best aircraft for you – from the budget minded used E-LSA, to the brand new factory certified, assembled and tested S-LSA FAA approved for commercial operation.

We now have factory airplanes coming in so the wait time for these prepackaged airplanes is 1 to 3 months. Extras/options can be added. Custom factory airplanes is now down to 10 months delivery time.

Why use this as your main unbiased light sport airplane buying resource?

“Because I have flown all types of LSA from the first ultralights to the new top of the line modern Airplane LSA that fly over 100 MPH with computerized avionics.

With my 35 years of ultralight and LSA experience I can help you choose the best aircraft for you. Thousands of hours flying all types of LSA allow a great perspective on these amazing new category of aircraft.

A little research will save you a lot of time, effort, and money in the long run. I will personally make sure you are happy with your airplane and know how to fly it.” – Paul Hamilton

Airplanes For Sale

We are selling “The Airplane Factory” Sling 2 Light Sport Aircraft because it meets our criteria of mostly metal, tricycle gear, great handling, low wing, Rotax 912iS fuel injected engine, factory within an easy flight, and it is offered in S-LSA, E-LSA and kit versions. We can also guide you into the new Sling TSi and high wing kits until we can provide ready to fly LSA with the upcoming MOSAIC revolution. Currently the TSi and high wing Sling aircraft is factory direct.

Buyers' Guide

There are several important items to consider when buying a airplane light sport aircraft:
  1. Consider why fly a light sport airplane.
  2. Consider the airplane to fit your lifestyle.
  3. Choose from the large variety of details and options available.

Airplane Manufacturers

There are a number of light-sport aircraft (LSA) manufacturers out there producing varied LSA. We will explain why we prefer one over another. Everyone will have preferences based on their experiences, and we have ours as well.


We know that support and service is one of the most overlooked aspects for aircraft purchasers. Will the company who manufactured the aircraft you bought still be in business years down the road? Can they be serviced easily and quickly? We’ve got your back!