Both government and industry leaders attending last week’s EAA Airventure in Oshkosh, Wis., strongly backed the effort to rewrite Part 23 rules governing the design of general aviation piston and light jet aircraft. A government/industry aviation rulemaking committee is expected to present recommendations next summer for the rewrite, and Peggy Gilligan, FAA associate administrator for aviation safety, says those recommendations will influence the timing of the rule. Gilligan holds the ...

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