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In the U.S., flying an ultralight doesn't require a license or a medical certificate of any kind, providing the aircraft meets the Federal Aviation Regulation called Part 103. Part 103 defines an ultralight as an aircraft that meets the following criteria:
Max. Empty Weight (Powered Aircraft)
Max. Empty Weight (Unpowered Aircraft)
Max. Fuel Capacity
Max. Speed @ Full Power
55 knots (63 mph)
Max. Stall Speed (Power Off) 24 knots (27.6 mph)
If the aircraft has more than 1-seat or exceeds any of the above criteria, it's not an ultralight, and thus not eligible for operation under Part 103.
These are the legal rules by which we fly; they are the most lenient in the world. These privileges, however, carry responsibilities: while there are no specific legal requirements, ultralight pilots must be trained just like any other pilot.
Video Recorded after Sun n Fun 2019 while picking up Kits to bring back to Michigan.
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