Please call Lou Mancuso at 516-658-1847 for assistance in completing the spec sheet for your dream Bristell
Lou Mancuso has spent over 50 years promoting safety in aviation and is excited to bring his knowledge to the Bristell family. He has already spent thousands of dollars on spare parts to assure Bristell owners keep their planes flying and are not spending their hard earned money on transatlantic shipping cost.
Lou Mancuso's Personal Limitations Checklist, "Expert Decision Making, Think like a Pro" was authored in 1992 and is used every day by all renter pilots at Mid Island Air Service in an effort to promote safety. Lou has recently created (GPA) Ground Proximity Awareness training as a tool to make better pilots who can land gently and are proficient in crosswind landings. All Bristell owners will be able to take advantage of these important safety aids.
This is a photo of Captain John, Trey, Rathmell placing an item in the wing locker of Bristell N922BL. John was a US Air Force T-38 and C-130 pilot and currently pilots a Lear Jet when he is not selling and delivering Bristell LSA aircraft. John is the General Manager of Liberty Sport Aviation in Lancaster, PA where his company specializes in LSA operations. Their mechanic Rich Maisano is a trained Rotax mechanic and an electrical wizard. Rich has experience in assembling Bristell kits for experimental use.
Bristell Features that yield benefits such as performance enhancements, reliability, and safety:
The Bristell has a carburetor heat box that is recommended by Rotax and surprisingly not found on all LSAs.
The Bristell has a steerable nose wheel and the nose fork has an oil shock absorber wrapped with a coil spring secondary shock absorber to protect the nose wheel assemble in the event of a hard landing.
The canopy design with the composite sunshade area on the top provides extra rollover protection and helps keep the cabin cool on a hot day. The Bristell canopy is made of 3mm thick GS-241 Plexiglas with high UV protection.
What is the best Light Sport Aircraft?
The Bristell because it climbs well up to 15,500 feet.
Bristells can almost always find the smooth air for a pleasant flight.
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