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    Flight instruction in an experimental aircraft

    Anyone doing flight instruction with a "Deviation Authority" issued under 91.319 (h)? Would like to hear about your application process.

    Thanks

    Mark

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    Mark:

    I don't, but my neighbor does in his RV12. Check the VansAirForce forums under the RV12 model and you'll see his posts. So far he's had quite a few students.

    Carl Orton
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    You can train in an experimental as long as there is no charge for the airplane.

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    unless you have the LODA.

    Carl Orton
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    Scott Sheets of Hamilton Illinois is instructing in a Sonex using the LODA. Read article here.

    http://www.eaa.org/lightplaneworld/a...1109_sonex.asp

    His website has more details and contact info.

    http://www.aircrafttransitiontraining.com/Welcome.html

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