A bill calling on FAA to improve certification standards for light aircraft moves to the Senate following House passage July 16. The bill, H.R.1848, the Small Aircraft Revitalization Act, is designed to boost the sagging general aviation segment by mandating the adoption of new Part 23 standards by the end of 2015. Hailed by National Business Aviation Association President and CEO Ed Bolen as “a significant step toward achieving a welcome and much-needed enhancement of certification ...
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