If you have a passion for ultralight and light-sport aviation (UL/LSA), and have ideas that could help other members and the UL/LSA community, volunteer now for the EAA Ultralight and Light-Sport Aircraft Council. Since the council’s formation in 1991, it has had a key role in establishing programs and services offered by EAA to support the UL/LSA community. The role of the EAA Ultralight and Light-Sport Aircraft Council is:
- To provide advice and analysis to EAA staff and EAA board of directors regarding the needs and interests of the UL/LSA community.
- To work with EAA staff to generate ideas that can be implemented to support and bring value to our membership.
- To assist as necessary on projects and activities where UL/LSA expertise is required. For example, AirVenture activities or Government Advocacy needs.
- To act as advocates of EAA and promote the benefits of EAA membership.
Council members are appointed by the EAA President and serve in a volunteer capacity for a 3-year renewable term. Council members have an annual meeting in Oshkosh each fall, AirVenture Oshkosh in July/August, and other meetings by telephone or web as needed. Volunteering to serve on the UL/LSA council requires a commitment of time and energy. Successful council members are active participants within the UL/LSA community such as; pilots, instructors, mechanics, chapter members or leaders and attend AirVenture or other aviation events and activities.
Serving on the UL/LSA council is an opportunity to be a part of the EAA heritage, where members help other members. To apply for the UL/LSA Council complete and submit the application below.
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