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Click here for the BMAA document Standard Inspection Guidelines for Microlight Aircraft, known as SIGMA.
Click here for all the latest Inspector notices and alerts.  Be sure to check back regularly for updates. 
CAP661 contains all MPDs published up to 31st of Jan 2012, since that date MPDs are available directly on the CAA website.  Please be sure to check both references here. 
Please click here to view/download all current BMAA Service Bulletins.
Trying to locate a BMAA Inspector or BMAA Test Pilot?  Why not try this interactive GoogleMap, it is a very quick and easy way to find a BMAA volunteer.
The BMAA is working with manufacturers and the CAA to ensure these important documents are upto date.  Please click on the title above to check current reports and/or to submit a response if you know of a problem.
This area contains technical information on recent BMAA Inspector Seminars.  Please feel free to download the content and make the most of this resource.
This section contains some useful reference documents on the subjects of inspection, maintenance, modifcation and repair.
Ever thought of becoming a BMAA Inspector, want to find out more about the role?  By clicking on the link above you can download/view an article written for BMAA Microlight Flying magazine that gives a brief overview.
This is a means to anonymously ask BMAA inspection related questions.  Please allow time for responses to be posted.
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