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BMAA/LAA Engine theft database 03/10/2016

Following the growing number of thefts of engines from microlight aircraft we are building a database to record the thefts to assist the police in their investigations. If you have suffered from a theft, or know someone who has, please complete the form by following the link below.
Help us to stop the thieves.



BMAA Microlight Fabric Covering Survey
 
This survey is now closed. We will be studying the returns and publishing a report. Thanks for your help.
 
 
 
BMAA Microlight Engine Failure Questionnaire
 
This questionnaire has been created to gather information on Microlight engine failures.  The term 'failure' is being used generally to encompass all engine related incidents such as stoppages, run-downs/loss of power, fires, propeller seperations, etc.
 
By completing this online form you will be helping to identify common trends, which may help to prevent others experiencing similar events in the future.  The survey is open to all Microlight aircraft types and pilots.
 
Thank you in anticipation.
 
BMAA Technical Office
 
 
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