Who's Flying These Ultralights?
Do you see the big black letters on the trikes in the photos above? (Click on photos to enlarge.) The letters are like a car's license plate. They appear outside on the trike body and inside on the instrument panel. The pilots identify themselves at airports by using these letters. The Operation Migration ultralights are registered in Canada, so they start with "C." The "I" means it's an ultralight. The other letters are different on every plane. (Now they are also registered in the United States, but those "N" numbers appear on the plane's wingpost.)
Try This! Journaling Questions
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