EAA Ultralight and Light-Sport Aircraft Council Seeks New Member
October 30, 2008 — EAA is looking for a member to serve on the EAA Ultralight and Light-Sport Aircraft Council. This group of volunteers helps EAA staff by providing advice and counsel on issues that relate to the ultralight and light-sport aircraft communities. Since its formation in 1991, the council it has been a key contributor in establishing programs and services offered by EAA to support the ultralight, and now, the light-sport aircraft communities.
Council members are appointed by the EAA president and serve in a volunteer capacity. EAA staff relies on council members to provide advice on matters relevant to the ultralight and light-sport communities, and to act as EAA ambassadors in the field. Council members have an annual meeting in Oshkosh each fall, and other meetings as needed.
Successful council members are active fliers and participate in local, regional, or national aviation events. If you have a passion for the spirit of EAA, ultralight and light-sport aviation, and understand how critical light-sport aviation is to the future of ultralight flying, please apply by completing the online application form. Additional information or questions are welcome at email@example.com.