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|Converting an Ultralight (UL) Aircraft to an E-LSA|
|All ultralights have an opportunity to obtain a
N-number and airworthiness certificate to become an FAA-registered aircraft. You
don’t need to be the original builder. The FAA’s goal is to have all ultralights
that do not meet the definition of a FAR Part 103 single-seat ultralight convert
to an experimental light-sport aircraft (E-LSA) by January 31, 2008.
EAA will help guide you through the process and can help you prepare. Here are the easy steps to convert your ultralight to an experimental light sport aircraft: