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  1. I wondered if anyone has experience or could direct me to the source where I can get this information. I live in Europe and have CTLSi registered in Germany. The plane has EASA Permit to Fly (PtF) certificate. It is variable pitch constant speed prop version - it does not conform to US LSA specs. I am relocated to the USA for business reasons and I want to get (ship) the plane over here for a couple of months. I have both US and EASA PPL. Do you know if a plane under PtF is allowed to fly here and what additional paperwork is needed? Thanks in advance. Jack.
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