From the first rivet, to the first flight, and through the first five years
of flying, The Experimental Experience story is told in 248 pages and more than
235 pictures, diagrams, and official forms.
Whether you are already involved in building an airplane, seriously
considering it, or just curious about what’s involved, here’s answers to many of
the questions that come up. Every builder eventually learns much of what’s in
this book, and has his or her own set of experiences, but it sometimes can be a
long and difficult process. Gathered together, in picture and text format, is a
collection of ideas, experiences, and considerations relating to building an
experimental airplane that come under the category of “Good things to know.”
Learn this information ahead of time to make the work more efficient, cost
effective, and enjoyable.
In this book, the authors take the reader through the steps involved, from
considerations and decisions on building to the information gathering stages;
through purchases and construction activities to the paperwork, inspections, and
technicalities of making an airplane airworthy and legal to fly. Follow along
through the initial flights, final checkouts, and the rewarding adventures in
the air. And finally, learn about condition inspections and routine maintenance.
Take a trip from the first rivet, to the first flight, and through the first
five years of flying.