SUPORTE

Para proprietários e operadores do SEAMAX, o suporte está sempre a um clique de distância.

Se você tem alguma dúvida sobre os produtos SEAMAX, o nosso time está sempre à disposição para lhe providenciar respostas.

Suporte de fábrica

 

Aline Amorim

Gerente de Produção​

João Henrique Amorim

Gerente de Qualidade​

Wesley Queiroz

Engenheiro Mecânico​

Email: support@seamaxaircraft.com

Tel: ‭‭+55 (11) 98586-5088‬

Centros de Manutenção Autorizada

LOCKWOOD AVIATION SUPPLY

1, Lockwood Ln

Sebring, FL 33870, USA

Phone: +1 (863) 655-4242

Website: www.lockwood.aero

TOMI AIRCRAFT

1310, Flightline Blvd

DeLand, FL 32724

Phone: +1 (863) 446-3001

Website: www.tomiaircraft.com

FAQ

Is SEAMAX M-22 Certified in the United States?


YES. Our aircraft has been approved by the US FAA, and other 20+ countries.




What category is SEAMAX certified at?


SEAMAX M-22 is certified as Light-Sport Aircraft (LSA). The FAA defines a light-sport aircraft as an aircraft, other than a helicopter or Powered-lift, that since its original certification, has continued to meet the following: Max. Gross Takeoff Weight: 1,320 lbs (600 kg) or 1,430 lbs for seaplanes (650 kg) Max. Stall Speed: 51 mph / 45 knots CAS Max. Speed in Level Flight (at sea level In the US Standard Atmosphere):138 mph / 120 knots CAS Max. Seats: Two Max. Engines / Motors: One (if powered) Propeller: Fixed-pitch or ground adjustable Cabin: Unpressurized Fixed-pitch, semi-rigid, teetering, two-blade rotor system, if a gyroplane. Landing Gear: Fixed (except for seaplanes and gliders) Can be manufactured and sold ready-to-fly under a new Special Light Sport Aircraft certification category. Aircraft must meet industry consensus standards. Aircraft under this certification may be used for sport and recreation, flight training, and aircraft rental. Can be licensed Experimental Light Sport Aircraft (E-LSA) if kit- or plans-built. Aircraft under this certification may be used only for sport and recreation and flight instruction for the owner of the aircraft. Can be licensed Experimental Light Sport Aircraft (E-LSA) if the aircraft has previously been operated as an ultralight but does not meet the FAR Part 103 definition of an ultralight vehicle. These aircraft must have been transitioned to E-LSA category no later than January 31, 2008. Will have a standard FAA registration - N-number. Category and class includes: Airplane (Land/Sea), Gyroplane, Airship, Balloon, Weight-Shift-Control ("Trike", Land/Sea), Glider, and Powered Parachute. U.S. or foreign manufacture of light sport aircraft is authorized. Aircraft with a standard airworthiness certificate that meet above specifications may be flown by sport pilots. However, the aircraft must remain in standard category and cannot be changed to light sport aircraft category. May be operated at night if the aircraft is equipped per FAR 91.205, if such operations are allowed by the aircraft's operating limitations and the pilot holds at least a Private Pilot certificate and a minimum of a third-class medical.




How can I have copy of Maintenance Manuals?


It is easy. In this same page, just click above in "Technical Publications". Choose your aircraft version manual and click "download". SEAMAX keep all documents updated and at your disposal at anytime. www.seamaxaircraft.com > Support > Technical publications.




How can I have copy of POH (Pilot Operating Handbook)?


It is easy. In this same page, just click above in "Technical Publications". Choose your aircraft version manual and click "download". SEAMAX keep all documents updated and at your disposal at anytime. www.seamaxaircraft.com > Support > Technical publications.





 

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