We are proud to bring the EAA Sportair Workshop series to Canada.  All Sportair Canada activities are conducted by Experimental Aircraft Association Chapter 1410, High River AB, under license by Experimental Aircraft Association, Inc.



Course length:  2 days              Pricing: EAA members $475   ($350 usd)

                                                                 Non-members $525  ($385 usd)

We have the freedom with Amateur Built aircraft (in Canada) to perform & sign off the required Annual Inspection (per CARs 625), but do all owners / builders know what constitutes a proper & legally performed inspection entails?

In this course we go into the why's, what's & how's to this required process, and know in the end that you did all to assure your aircraft is truly "safe for flight".

Regulations compliance will be discussed, as well detailed examples of items to be inspected in the varying types of constructions and systems.  

Hands-on time will be spent in various maintenance procedures

such as compression tests, brake / bearing maintenance, ignition

timing etc.  You will be instructed on how to create a Maintenance Schedule for your aircraft, inspection check list, and cover off schedule items.

You owe it to yourself, and all who ride with you to know the real 'condition' of the plane you are riding in!

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                                                   Canadian Aviation Regulations (CARs) 2015-2
                 Standard 625 Appendix B - Maintenance Schedules
                                                           Content last revised: 2007/12/30

General Procedures

(1) The Maintenance Schedule includes:

      (i) Part I - Scheduled Inspections for Aircraft other than Balloons;

      (ii) Part II - Scheduled Inspections for Balloons.

It must be supplemented by the applicable requirements of Appendix C, for out of phase tasks and equipment maintenance requirements.

(2) Each person performing inspections required by the maintenance schedule shall record the inspections in the aircraft technical record, using a check list that includes all items in Parts I or II that are applicable to the aircraft concerned. Additionally, all tasks required by Appendix C shall be recorded in the aircraft technical record.

Information Note:

Aircraft manufacturers' check lists can be used, provided that they include all the applicable items listed herein.

(3) The tasks listed in the maintenance schedule are described in general terms only, as the specific items applicable to particular aircraft will vary according to aircraft type.

(4) The method of inspection for each item on the maintenance schedule shall be in accordance with the manufacturer's recommendations or standard industry practice.

Information Note:

The following is provided as a quick reference chart. The specifIic details are contained in: Section 625.86; the relevant paragraphs of this Appendix B; Appendix C; and Appendix D of these standards.

Maintenance Schedules - Quick Reference Chart 

Canadian Aviation Regulations (CARs) 2015-2
Standard 625 Appendix B - Maintenance Schedules
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