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    Default Light Sport Repairman Maintenance

    One path into the world of aircraft maintenance that apparently has not been discussed here is the LSRM. After a 120 hour course over 15 days, you have the same authority as an A&P IA but for SLSA and ELSA aircraft only. It is the one part of light GA that is growing at this time.

    For those interested in becoming a pro in aircraft maintenance, this path offers a productive alternative to the 2 years of school or 3 years of apprenticing.

    Rainbow Aviation

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    I'm currently in the Rainbow course and highly recommend it.

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    I believe that's quite misleading. The light sport repairman certificate with an inspection rating may perform the annual condition inspection an a light sport aircraft he owns... Anyone interested should refer to FAR (eCFR) 65.107

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    You are correct that the LSRI (Inspection) is specifically for ELSA owners to do maintenance on their own aircraft, in fact the N number is on the certificate. Those are 2 day courses.

    The LSRM (Maintenance), a two week course, allows the person to perform maintenance on any ELSA or SLSA.
    Last edited by smutny; 02-07-2018 at 01:11 AM.