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UPAC.ca is the offical website for the Ultralight Pilots Association of Canada.

Here you will find a wealth of information on Canadian Ultralight regulations, general information, the annual UPAC Convention in August and much more!

UPAC Convention Information

Mark your calendar! The 2014 UPAC Ultralight Convention dates are August 15, 16 and 17!

More information on the convention plans, exhibitor list and camping information are now available. 2014 UPAC convention supporters..

UPAC Convention

Discussion Forums

Check out our active discussion forums full of useful information, tips, tricks, events and much more.

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UPAC Classifieds

Our vast free online ultralight-related classifieds are extremely popular. From aircraft, to engines, parts, training, swaps and much more.

 

 

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Online Store

We offer a good range of ultralight-related airwear such as t-shirts, hoodies, caps and pins. UPAC publications such as the official ground school manual.

 

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Ultralight Questions / Answers

If you are new to ultralights you surely have lots of questions. Be sure to check out our FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions) section for answers to the most common questions about ultralighting in Canada.

 

Ultralight questions

Recent Updates

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2013 UPAC Convention Report

01/05/2014

Another record setting year for the annual event! Record attendance by both people and planes made this year’s convention one for the record books with over 800 people and 100.. read more

Class E Exemption renewed

02/11/2013

In late January, Martin Ely Director General, Civil Aviation at Transport Canada signed the exemption to allow Ultralight access to Class E airspace.  This is the third time this exemption .. read more

Stolen Trike

01/01/2013

Hangar Theft On November the 29th, an Airborne Trike and two wings were stolen from the Aerotrike Aviation Hangar at the Peterborough, Ontario Airport. The thieves knew exactly what they.. read more