Task-Based Phase I ensures that every hour spent in flight testing is meaningful and contributes to both validating the airworthiness of the aircraft and gathering the data necessary to build a detailed operating manual.
Developed in partnership with EAA’s Homebuilt Aircraft Council, the EAA Flight Test Manual provides professional guidance for conducting the flight testing of new amateur-built planes.
This program encourages safety by allowing E-AB owners to include a qualified test pilot during flight testing.
EAA's free guide to purchasing a used Experimental Amateur-Built aircraft.
VARMA makes it easier for vintage aircraft owners and mechanics to access off-the-shelf parts that may have been difficult to obtain approval for.
In 2016, EAA's Founder's Innovation Prize competition set out to reduce the rate of in-flight loss of control accidents in experimental amateur-built aircraft by challenging EAA members to come up with a solution.
The General Aviation Joint Safety Committee (GAJSC) is a partnership of government, industry, and academia aimed at finding non-regulatory ways to improve general aviation safety.