1st Flight for a Experimental Amateur-Built Aircraft
"1st Flight for a Experimental Amateur-Built Aircraft"
Each year there is a disproportionate number of fatal aviation accidents involving Light Sport, Experimental and Amateur "Home" Built aircraft on their first flight. Lack of a plan and incomplete knowledge about specific aerodynamic characteristics of these aircraft lead to some of these accidents. The most important task for an amateur-builder is to develop a comprehensive FLIGHT TEST PLAN. The object of a FLIGHT TEST PLAN is to determine the aircraft’s controllability throughout all the maneuvers and to detect any hazardous operating characteristics or design features. At this informative briefing will will discuss issues concerning flight testing. Don't miss it. Click on the link below and register TODAY.
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The sponsor for this seminar is: FAA Safety Team
The following credit(s) are available for the WINGS/AMT Programs:
Advanced Knowledge 2 - 1 Credit