Is Citabria a light sport aircraft?

Is Citabria a light sport aircraft?

It’s the only light sport entry that’s also a fully certified airplane. In 1959, the first airplanes that would eventually become Citabrias appeared, dubbed 7GC. In the years that followed, a fistful of airplanes debuted, each called Citabria. Eventually there were six variants.

How much does a Citabria weigh?


1994 7ECA Citabria 1994 7GCBC Citabria
Weights and Capacities:
Takeoff/Landing Weight Normal Category 1,650 lbs. 1,800 lbs.
Takeoff/Landing Weight Utility Category N/A N/A
Standard Empty Weight 1,060 lbs. 1,200 lbs.

Who makes the Citabria aircraft?

American Champion Aircraft Bellanca Champion Aircraft
The Citabria is a light single-engine, two-seat, fixed conventional gear airplane which entered production in the United States in 1964….American Champion Citabria.

Manufacturer American Champion Aircraft Bellanca Champion Aircraft
Designer Champion Aircraft
First flight 1964
Introduction 1964

Is Champ an LSA?

Legacy LSAs: Champ is a Top Value.

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Is an American Champion Scout aerobatic?

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