The required license to fly the Archaeopteryx varies by country. In some countries an appropriate hang glider license is required, in others no license required at all. In Germany a UL-gliding license needs to be acquired.
|Switzerland||3-axis-controlled (stick controlled) rigid-wing hang gliders required. Download the test instructions of the Swiss Hang Glider Association SHV. A valid paragliding, weight-shift hang gliding or sailplane license eliminates the theory test. Flight exam in accordance with the official instructions.|
|Germany||UL-gliding license required. Download the Training procedure of the German Ultralight Soaring Association DULSV .|
|France||No license required. When flying at FFVL sites (foot launch, winch launch, aero towing) then need to comply with FFVL rules. FFVL may consider Archaeopteryx as a Swift.|
|UK||No license required. When flying at BHPA club sites (hill launch, koch type winch launch, microlight aerotow launch) then need to comply with BHPA rules. BHPA would stipulate piloting skills requirements.|
|USA||For the United States of America: No license required. Glider falls into category of FAA part 103, gliders less than 155 lbs. or 70 kg.|
|Slovenia||Hang glider license required, 3-axis sailplane introduction recomended.|
|Bulgaria||No license required|
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