|Lightning SW home of Hobbs Build Center Offers Free Advertising To Help Transitioning Pilots|
Lightning E-LSA LS-1
For Immediate Release
Aviators Hot Line is proud to announce that Lightning SW/Hobbs Build Center has joined its Light Sport Transition Program, "Aviators Helping Aviators".
Lightning SW is now authorized to offer Pilots who are transitioning into Light Sport from a general aviation aircraft, free marketing and advertising of their current aircraft, to help reduce the burden and cost of freeing up resources to be able to purchase one of their LSA.
Lightning SW specializes in Light Sport Aircraft (LSA) and offer both a ready to fly S-LSA model and an experimental E-LSA model, with builder assistance available at the Hobbs Build Center in Arizona. Visit their website, email or call Gregg Hobbs(520) 405-6868 today to schedule a demo flight or to have any questions you may have answered by their knowledgeable and professional staff. And if you are Transitioning and have to sell your current aircraft, make sure to take advantage of the free advertising they now offer as a member of "Aviators Helping Aviators".
ABOUT Lightning SW
Located on forty acres with a 2,880' x 60' private packed clay airstrip and surrounded by the 190,000 acre Ironwood Preserve, The Hobbs invite you to their builder assist paradise for your next Lightning kit build or to come take a demo flight in a ready to fly Lighting.
Whether you're waiting for a demo flight or building your aircraft, we offer a guest kitchen, luxurious spa, weight room and guest rooms with multiple beds, private restrooms and over 500 movies to choose from. Even enjoy home cooked meals right on site! When you buy your kit from Lightning Aircraft Southwest and build at our center, all of these amenities are free.
We live to build the Lightning and invite you to come and join us. With the Lightning, life is good!
Lightning SW/Hobbs Build Center
Click on the cover below to check out Lightning SW's "Aviators Helping Aviators" Member profile featured in Light Aviation Edition's November 2010 issue: