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aircraft_sales_lot_midwest_lsaCalling All Prospective
Aircraft Buyers & Sellers

The Aircraft Sales Lot, powered by Aviators Hot Line, will have its Midwest LSA Expo debut in Mt. Vernon, Illinois – September 8th-10th, 2016.

We invite all prospective buyers to come on out to the Aircraft Sales Lot to see, fly and buy!

Airplanes ranging from 1960-2015 have already been confirmed to be in attendance. Below is just a sampling of the aircraft confirmed to be on display at the Aircraft Sales Lot.

  • Jabiru J230-D
  • Zenith CH 750
  • Jabiru J230-SP
  • Cessna 172A
  • Beechcraft Baron B55
  • Robinson R44 Raven I
  • Arion Lightning LS1
  • Rans S-19
  • Czech Sport Aircraft SportCruiser
  • Flight Design CTSW

Check out these and all of the other pre-owned aircraft for sale in Mt. Vernon, Illinois!

We still have a limited amount of space available for you to feature your pre-owned aircraft at the Aircraft Sales Lot. CLICK HERE to sign up or or call Chris at (515) 574-2120 before it’s too late!

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Women With Wings,
the St. Louis Chapter of Women in Aviation International,
return to the Expo on Saturday to offer airplane washing services. Funds raised provide
scholarship opportunities for aspiring female aviators in the St. Louis area.
For more information, contact Eve at

CLICK HERE for more information

The 2016 Midwest LSA Expo is dedicated in the memory of


Dr. Robert “Bob” C. Dalzell Jr., 70, gained his eternal wings Monday, May 30, 2016, doing what he enjoyed most..flying his plane. Robert was born October 11, 1945, in Carlisle Barracks, PA, to the late Dr. Robert and Ethel Dalzell. He graduated from Kentucky Wesleyan College, received his medical degree from University of Louisville School of Medicine in 1972 and completed his internship at St. Mary’s in 1974. Robert worked as a Board Certified Family Practitioner and also an Anesthesiologist before retiring from his practice and working full time as an anesthesiologist at Owensboro Health Regional Hospital. He was dedicated to his profession and cared deeply for each and every patient he touched throughout his 40+ year career. He was a member of numerous flying clubs and associations. Robert began flying as a student at KWC and his love of feeling one with the sky never stopped growing throughout the years. If he was not at work, you could find him hanging out in the airport hangars, at The Ayer Flying Club or out to eat with his fellow flying brothers.