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Title: BCAR section S issue 2 - What is possible and a review of existing designs
Authors: Gratton, GB
Keywords: Microlight;BCAR section S;Ultralight;BMAA;Airworthiness
Issue Date: 2000
Publisher: Royal Aeronautical Society
Citation: Proceedings of 2000 RAeS Conference “Design your own aeroplane”
Abstract: British Civil Airworthiness Requirements Section S “Small Light Aeroplanes” is a standard based upon the European light aircraft standard JAR-VLA. It is an unusual standard in that it is a UK administered standard that is still in routine use and development, not having been superseded by a Joint Airworthiness Requirement (JAR). Section S applies to the artificially defined class of “Microlight Aircraft” (some of which are also referred to as “SLAs”).
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Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
Dept of Mechanical Aerospace and Civil Engineering Research Papers

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