Ian Coristine has been converting pilots to the ultralight movement since he started a Challenger-equipped flying school in 1984. "In those days it was an uphill marketing battle. The industry had become infamous as a result of a collision between minimum aircraft design and little or no pilot training. Fortunately we are long past that now."

Transport Canada has helped to improve the safety of the sport by requiring that all pilots be licensed and all planes be registered. Quad City, the manufacturer of the Challenger, in their dedication to after sale customer support has demonstrated that the ultralight movement can grow up.
The Challenger Owners Association helps educate its members.

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