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Your Quick Start Guide to Microlighting.
Because this web site contains so much information we have used this page of links to answer some of the more common questions that you are likely to ask.
A summary of the information is available to download as well so that you can read it on the train home or any other time that you cannot get to your internet connection. To download the summary follow this link.
What sort of people fly microlights? Answer
What or who is the BMAA? Answer
What does the BMAA do for me? Answer
How do I join the BMAA? Answer
Do I need a licence to fly a microlight? Answer
Where can I arrange a lesson? Answer
Is there a school near me? Answer
Are there any age limits to becoming a microlight pilot? Answer
Do I have to have a medical examination? Answer
For even more information about microlighting go to our Contact Us page and request a copy of the BMAA information brochure This is Microlighting. Contact us
or follow this link.
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