European officials are joining their U.S. counterparts in exploring a comprehensive rewrite of certification regulations governing both small and large helicopters based on the lessons learned in a similar rewrite of small aircraft regulations. European Aviation Safety Agency Executive Director Patrick Ky told the recent EASA 7th Annual Rotorcraft Symposium that the agency would be interested in such an effort for both the CS-27 and CS-29 (the equivalents of Part 27 and 29 in the U.S.). ...
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