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On 1/8/2020 at 12:43 PM, okent said:

I was just reading about that and it looks like that would prohibit flying over any significant population density.

Not really.

Here’s the reference in my Operating Limitations:

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I think that’s common boilerplate for E-LSA Operating Limitations. The way it’s written it seems to have the same import as Part 91 Minimum Safe Altitudes - General.

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1 hour ago, FastEddieB said:

Not really.

Here’s the reference in my Operating Limitations:

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I think that’s common boilerplate for E-LSA Operating Limitations. The way it’s written it seems to have the same import as Part 91 Minimum Safe Altitudes - General.

I think he was talking about Experimental Exhibition after asking about a constant speed prop and -12° flaps. 

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About 4 years ago when I bought a 1995 Glastar from 800 miles away it had the "densely populated" prohibition in its Operating Limitations. When I contacted my FISDO, they reissued the Operating Limitations which did not have that prohibition. Didn't cost anything. After the initial phone call, everything was done by email. Took about two weeks. They said that there was no need to physically put eyes on the plane and that they digitally sign the forms these days so I just printed off the Operating Limitations from the email and put them in the plane.  

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2 hours ago, Tom Baker said:

I think he was talking about Experimental Exhibition after asking about a constant speed prop and -12° flaps. 

If that’s the case, I stand corrected. I thought it was a more general discussion of the advantages of E-LSA .

But I agree Experimental Exhibition is not a viable option for anyone wanting to use their planes in anything approaching a normal manner.

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