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US Canada Border Crossing For Amateur-Built Aircraft

US Canada Border Crossing For Amateur-Built Aircraft

Crossing the Border into Canada

These two gentlemen sat through my talk on border crossing at AirVenture this year, completed trips into Canada, and were willing to give feedback from the American perspective.

US Border Crossing Information for Homebuilts

US Border Crossing Information for Homebuilts

Experimental Amateur-Built Aircraft

Sport pilots may fly aircraft certificated in many of the experimental aircraft categories, including experimental light-sport aircraft, experimental amateur-built, and experimental exhibition.

An Amateur-Built Jet Certified in Canada?

Last month we asked whether any readers had ever taken advantage of the Canadian regulation that permits jet-powered amateur-built aircraft.

More on Crossing the Border

These comments relate to specific airports, but the information is also useful as a general guide for the best way to cross the border.

About Experimental / Amateur-Built Aircraft

Get information and have some basic questions answered regarding experimental/amateur-built aircraft.

Reminder From U.S. & Canada Border Agencies

Reminder From U.S. & Canada Border Agencies
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