FAA 14 CFR Part 21.191 (g)
Operating an aircraft the major portion of which has been fabricated & assembled by persons who undertook the construction project solely for their own education or
FAA AC 20-27G
8. Designing and Constructing an Amateur-Built Aircraft
EAA will provide advise & counsel to its members but will not help in
the design of of an aircraft.
You, at anytime, may ask someone with relevant expertise to inspect your project for workmanship and that an acceptable level of safety
has been met.
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I see a lot of people on the website from all over the US ,Canada, & Alaska. If you have questions please do not hesitate to call, don't think you're too far away, we have a good plan for anyone who wants to fly DYNALI& we will bend over backwards to make it happen. 1-513-541-4744 or 1-800-716-2560
You are allowed "persons" that are amateurs to help you in your build.
You are also allowed to have partners in your build project.
The definition of an amateur is someone that has never been paid for their work.
At Hangar 36 there is never any labor charges, only the profit we receive from the helicopter kits & garage rent.
Our shop should have enough amateur builders hanging out to help if you need it.