|A new amateur-built aircraft certification kit created by the Experimental Aircraft Association (EAA) gives builders a simplified way to complete the required FAA paperwork for their new projects. The Amateur-Built Aircraft Certification Kit includes everything you need to register and certify a new experimental amateur-built aircraft in the United States. The 15-page, step-by-step guide walks you through the entire process from getting an N-number to the aircraft inspection, and provides samples to help complete each required form. The kit includes all FAA forms, Experimental sticker (in black), data plate, and a convenient placard decal sheet.|
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