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Flying ultralights is an exciting and exhilarating sport when done safely. It’s not a step up or down, but a step into a completely different and exciting sector of the flying community, and EAA is here to help you get started.
Free to all EAA members, register as a student, a pilot, or your ultralight vehicle.
Before flying an ultralight you have to have training, period.
View manufacturers that offer kits or plans complying with Part 103 requirements.
About Part 103
Adopted and effective in 1982, Part 103 formally established what truly is recreational flight.
Introduction to Ultralights: Why - History - Rules
Want to learn more about Ultralights? Watch as Timm Bogenhagen from the EAA staff discusses why people fly them, provides a brief history and reviews that rules that govern their operation.