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Icon Aircraft is readying a light-sport aircraft owners can fly with only a driver's license and 20 hours of flight training. Take a peek at the A5, coming in 2010.

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Introducing the A5
Introducing the A5
The Icon A5's unveiling at the EAA AirVenture show in Wisconsin in July drew a packed crowd. Icon expects sales of 500 plans a year, starting at $139,000 each.

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