RDD Enterprises announced today that it is taking production reservations for its brand new LX7 Aircraft Conversion. The LX7 represents an exponential improvement on the Lancair IV-P in performance, safety, range and comfort.
Trade in an old Lancair IV-P for a beautiful new high-tech aircraft that is faster, safer, more comfortable -- and can go coast to coast without refueling?
For just $550,000?
Yes, it's true. RDD Enterprises announced today that it is taking production reservations for its brand new LX7 Aircraft Conversion. The LX7 represents an exponential improvement on the IV-P in performance, safety, range and comfort.
“You won’t believe what they’re doing to the Lancair IV”, wrote Robert Goyer of Plane & Pilot in December. “The LX7, which all-up is slated to cost around the same as a new Cirrus SR22 G5 or Cessna TTx, will give the airplane much of the appeal of an FAA certificated high-performance single but with greater speed than you can find in a Part 23 model.”
The LX7 blows past previous industry standards in every relevant category, with a list of features and advantages so long that the plane has its own website (http://LX7aircraft.com). Highlights include:
“The LX7 offers owners an unparalleled combination of performance, safety, luxury and value,” says Dave McRae, one of RDD’s owners. “There’s just nothing else like it out there. I’ve been flying since 1989 and this airplane is like a traveling machine dream come true. I can easily fly from our facility in Redmond to just about anywhere I want to go without refueling. And the comfort level is superior to the original IV-P due to the increased leg room and passenger space. Flying with pressurization and greater fuel capacity increase confidence and peace of mind when tackling long distance flights.”
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