OSHKOSH, Wis. — Certification of Flight Design’s C4 four-seat light aircraft will not be held up by the FAA’s up to two-year delay in rewriting the Part 23 regulations that cover standards for general aviation aircraft. The C4, which is being used as “the guinea pig” to help guide the rewrite of the Part 23 rules in both Europe and the U.S., will be certified on time in summer 2015, Flight Design Technical Director Oliver Reinhardt said at AirVenture here. While ...


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