Builder Tip #123 from HomebuiltHELP 
You Need One of these 3 FAA Medicals to Fly.
Which is the Best for You?
Are you familiar with Latest offerings for Medical certification from the FAA?
With the latest Medical option from the FAA ( BasicMed ), you now have 3 medical certification options to choose from in order to fly your experimental aircraft . Each option has its benefits and its pitfalls!

On one hand, the traditional 3rd class certificate is clearly the most stringent when it comes to demonstrating your physical well-being . And that demonstration must be repeated every 2 years (for most of us). Fail it once and you could be in trouble.

Are you familiar with the important details of each medical option? You might be surprised by the benefits of the new BasicMed option. In this video, we will h ighlight and contrast the strategies of the 3 FAA medical paths so you can choose the one best suited to your flying.

Contrasting 3 FAA medical certification options
3rd class application
What is involved with Licensing your Experimental Aircraft?
Building your homebuilt is the fun and rewarding part... but  getting it licensed   quickly and correctly the first time.. that can be stressful and frustrating... however, we have the  perfect solution!

Our DVD will walk you through each step to successfully license your experimental amateur homebuilt aircraft. While you can learn this process from reading books and doing your own research, we make it  easier, quicker and less stressful  by allowing our instructor to explain the details to you in an easy to understand format.
When     to start the licensing process

How to choose your N number -  instantly     online using your computer

What is the difference between  reserving     and     registering    ?

Where do I obtain the necessary FAA forms?

How long does it take to have the paperwork processed?

What are the common problems that delay the paperwork?

What happens during the     inspection  process?

How can I prepare for the inspection?

Can I choose my inspector?

What is the inspector looking for?

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