European Aviation Safety Agency Executive Director Patrick Ky reiterated his organization’s commitment to rewriting regulations governing light aircraft (CS-23 in Europe/Part 23 in U.S.), and says based on experience from that effort, EASA would then like to turn its attention to CS-27/CS-29 governing rotorcraft. Ky, who spoke during the EASA 7th Annual Rotorcraft Forum last week, said EASA needs fewer rules, but better rulemaking. He highlighted the CS-23 effort as an example of improved ...

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