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TIL Issue Title
4 1 Ability Modifications for Disabled Pilots
6 1 Understanding and Using Performance Data
7 2 Drip Trays, Fuel Lines & Ignition Switch Wiring
11 2 Propellers for Microlight Aircraft
13 2 Anti-Collision Beacons and Strobes
14 1 Syllabus & Bibliography for the BMAA Test Pilot Class 2 Examination
16 Jun 2003 Current Interpretation of BCAR Section S
19 Feb 2006 Possible Student Projects based upon Microlight Aircraft
22 Oct 2006 Microlight Propeller Changes Approved by the BMAA
25 1 Guidance on Spin Testing a Microlight Aircraft
26 1 Fuel Trade-off
29 1 Designing Your Own Aeroplane as a BMAA Homebuilt
30 1 Simulators
31 2 BFU-95 to BCAR Section S Issue 3 Bridging Standard
33 A Convertion to LPG - draft
37 2 LTF-UL to BCAR Section S Issue 3 Bridging Standard
38 1 Code of Practice - Modifications and Service Bulletins
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