Powered Sport Flying was formerly known as UltraFlight Magazine. Together, Powered Sport Flying and UltraFlight have nearly 25 years of experience reporting on personal sport aviation. Beginning in 1994, UltraFlight Magazine pioneered regular reporting on aspects of aviation that at the time were not given regular media attention. Aircraft like powered parachutes and powered paragliders got their earliest support from UltraFlight Magazine right along with conventional ultralights.
UltraFlight was also the first of the aviation media to develop a regularly broadcast radio show dedicated to powered sport aviation, the UltraFlight Radio Show. That show was created in 2000, before iTunes or iPods were even introduced. The show grew with the technology to remain at the forefront of aviation reporting in the sport aviation market until the show went into hiatus in 2011.
UltraFlight grew with the ultralight and light sport aviation movement to what it is today, the only newsstand quality magazine (and now the only magazine at all!) completely devoted to the fun and adventure of single and two-seat powered sport aviation. In January of 2010, UltraFlight Magazine became Powered Sport Flying Magazine. The name change was made to reflect the larger audience and the full range of what the magazine had already grown to cover.
Today Powered Sport Flying Magazine remains one of the few magazines that is read cover-to-cover by subscribers. 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, it is a great way to stay informed about a great sport.
These organizations have made Powered Sport Flying Magazine a member benefit.
The Light Aircraft Manufacturing Assoiation's mission is to provide its membership representation to government, associations, and other entities. They also participate in voluntary consensus standards, quality assurance audits, and other technical services. They also promote member products.
The Popular Rotorcraft Association is the home to fans of personal rotorcraft such as gyroplanes and helicopters. They are well known for their annual convention in Mentone, Indiana.
The United States Ultralight Association is the organization that the FAA, the media, and other organizations look to when it comes to ultralight issues. Currently USUA is working with LAMA and other organizations to update Sport Pilot regulations and policy.
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If you are wanting to grow your light sport aviation business, Powered Sport Flying Magazine is the place to market. The magazine reaches active members of personal aviation. These are the people who are pilots, instructors, and fellow business owners.
And Powered Sport Flying magazine readers are some of the most adventurous pilots out there. They want to try new things. This year's airplane pilot may be next year's gyroplane pilot. And someone buying their magazine because of their interest in powered paragliding may end up in a trike. We hear from readers all of the time who are doing things just like that.
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A bit naughty
You never lose the buzz of flying. Every time you take off, it feels a bit naughty, as if you’re doing something humans shouldn’t really do.Matt Jones Managing Director of Boultbee Flight Academy, the only Spitfire school in the world. August 2011
Cape does not enable user to fly.Batman costume warning label Wal-Mart, 1995