Wed, Jun 02, 2004
The following kits have been added to the kit listing since
April 7, 2004:
1) The American Aero, Inc. Amateur-Built Aircraft Kits in
accordance with FAA Order 8130.2E, Chapter 4, Section 7, and have
determined that they meet the "major portion" requirements of
14 CFR part 21, subpart H, section 21.191(g).
2) The ATEC v.o.s., Amateur-Built Kit has been found eligible
with respect to the "major portion" requirement of section 549.5 of
Chapter 549 of the Airworthiness Manual, section 21.191(g) of Title
14 of the Code of Federal Regulations (14CFR Part 21):
Therefore, an aircraft built from one of the kits identified in
this message is eligible for airworthiness certification provided
all necessary regulatory requirements are met.
The attached listing supersedes all previous listings.
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