This section details the numerous resources for homebuilt aircraft. Homebuilts are aircraft which are either fabricated in a shop and sent to the consumer in parts (a kit or kitplane) or those which are completely designed and built at home, either with plans or by the owner himself. Homebuilts, despite the name are rather nice aircraft to fly, and produce a significant amount of satisfaction to the builders and the people that are near them. A properly built homebuilt aircraft generally isn't much more risky to fly than your average Cessna or light airplane. Some homebuilts are even more reliable than their commercial counterparts.
GyroCraft.Com Gyroplane Information Exchange
An information exchange for anyone building or flying a gyroplane.
Janowski Aircraft Page
Features the J-1B Don Quixote, J-2 Polonez, J-3 Eagle, J-5 Marco, and J-6 Fregata designs by Jaroslaw Janowski of Poland.
MD-RA Inspection Services
The official body responsible for the mandatory inspection of amateur built aircraft in Canada.
Official Guide to Experimental Aircraft
Online directory for all types of experimental aircraft including homebuilt kit airplanes, ultralights, rotorcraft, sailplanes and amphibious aerocraft.
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