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Mark Murray

Georgetown, Georgia

Always interested in airplanes, Mark Murray took special note of an article in a 1983 National Geographic about ultralights. Fascinated with the idea of personal flight, this led to learning more about homebuilt aircraft and EAA. With his parent’s blessing, he earned a private pilot certificate at the age of 17.

Never having forgotten ultralights, Mark later received dual instruction in a Quicksilver and then purchased his first ultralight, a Hy-Tek Hurricane. Always busy, he also built the wings for a Teenie 2 experimental and partially restored the prototype B model Headwind.

In 2008, Mark decided to turn his hobby into a business, and started by earning a Light Sport Repairman – Maintenance rating. Shortly thereafter, he became a Sport CFI and later earned an A&P certificate. In the course of his hobby and business, he has had the privilege of flying several different types of experimental and ultralight aircraft. His business focuses on building, restoring, and repairing these types of airplanes, and as a CFI, he provides transition training in a Challenger 2, as allowed by a Letter of Deviation Authority provided the FAA. He is also a Rotax iRMT.

Mark is from Georgetown, Georgia, and looks forward to working with the ultralight and sport pilot communities.

Mark Murray

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