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NAPPF
Experimental Light Sport Aircraft
Operating Limitations

91.319  Aircraft having experimental certificates:  Operating limitations.

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(e)  No person may operate an aircraft that is issued an experimental certificate under 21.191 (i) of this chapter for compensation or hire, except a person may operate an aircraft issued an experimental certificate under 21.191 (i)(1) for compensation or hire to

(1)  Tow a glider that is a light-sport aircraft or unpowered ultralight vehicle in accordance with 91.309; or

(2)  Conduct flight training in an aircraft which that person provides prior to January 31, 2010. 

(f)  No person may lease an aircraft that is issued an experimental certificate under 21.191 (i) of this chapter, except in accordance with paragraph (e)(1) of this section.

(g)  No person may operate an aircraft issued an experimental certificate under 21.191 (i)(1) of this chapter to tow a glider that is a light-sport aircraft or unpowered ultralight vehicle for compensation or hire or to conduct flight training for compensation or hire in an aircraft which that persons provides unless within the preceding 100 hours of time in service the aircraft has

(1)  Been inspected by a certificated repairman (light-sport aircraft) with a  maintenance rating, an appropriately rated mechanic, or an appropriately rated repair station in accordance with inspection procedures developed by the aircraft manufacturer or a person acceptable to the FAA; or

(2)  Received an inspection for the issuance of an airworthiness certificate in accordance with part 21 of this chapter.

(h)  The FAA may issue deviation authority providing relief from the provisions of paragraph (a) of this section for the purpose of conducting flight training.  The FAA will issue this deviation authority as a letter of deviation authority.

(1)  The FAA may cancel or amend a letter of deviation authority at any time.

(2)  An applicant must submit a request for deviation authority to the FAA at least 60 days before the date of intended operations.  A request for deviation authority must contain a complete description of the proposed operation and justification that establishes a level of safety equivalent to that provided under the regulations for the deviation requested.

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