FAA is hoping to release the final rule rewriting Part 23 certification standards for small aircraft by the end of 2017, two years after the congressional mandate and after FAA’s European counterparts hope to have a similar rulemaking. Speaking to the House aviation subcommittee on July 23, Peggy Gilligan, FAA associate administrator for aviation safety, stressed that the rewrite is an "extremely important initiative" for both the FAA administrator and deputy administrator. ...
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