I think Canada Ultralight rules do allow for limited two seat operation, but both occupants must have a pilot "permit." I assume that a permit does not require any flight or written test. But my review of the Canadian Ultralight rules may not be exact.I don't think there's any place in the world where you can fly a two seater without a pilot certificate,
Well Bruce, it's kind of a long story, but to put it briefly, my political/governmental views changed to 'Run for the hills'. If I were to write what I know about this stuff it would start the biggest flame war, on some forums, that you never saw. I've started enough flame wars on other forums and outrew them, so I'll put it like this.Ecuador?!? How in the world did you end up in Ecuador (coming from the Pacific Northwest)?
I'm now living in Ecuador and would like to know what kinds of laws they have here concerning building and flying ultralight aircraft. If anyone knows please enlighten me.