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Sport Aircraft Association of Australia

Our core business is the building and developing of amateur built aircraft and the continuous maintenance of such aircraft in accordance with the regulations of the advisory material and many other requirements including good aircraft engineering practice and manufacturing the product. We encourage our members to assist and tech each other to follow this practice and achieve our goal towards the perfection, as a safety outcome based organisation, we have developed various means of technical assistance and training to ensure the safest outcomes for members and learners of the association’s main target. Sport Aircraft Association of Australia Inc. had its beginnings in 1956 when a group of aviation enthusiasts formed an organization for people interested in building their own aircraft. The member support and the National Council can engage with the Regulator and industry to protect member’s privileges and safety. The new name is more representative and suitable of the broader range of aviation interests of its members and participates. Twitter In the late 1980s, discussions took place with the then Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) resulting in the SAAA undertaking the self-administration of CAO 101.28 category aircraft (amateur-built aircraft Acceptance (ABAA)) that provided a pseudo certified aircraft that could be manufactured by an amateur. This organisation, known as the Ultra-Light Aircraft Association / organization of Australia, grew in numbers and expanded its interest to all aspects of powered sport aviation in the Australia and in many other countries.  In the mid-1970s, with the advent of the Ultra-light movement, it was decided to modify and change the name of the association to Sport Aircraft Association of Australia. With further work we have managed to evolve from the limitations of 101-28 and have considerably broadened the capabilities available to builders.  The Amateur Built Experimental (ABE) category is now with us and our members have used the capabilities to put more than 800 new aircraft on the Australian register.

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